PLYMOUTH (CBS) – A teenager has been charged with stealing a 150-pound ceramic lobster from a Plymouth park.

The sculpture, known as “Sir-Loin,” was reported missing from Nelson Beach Park on Sept. 3.

Residents teamed up to offer a $2,000 reward in hopes of bringing the lobster home.

On Friday, Plymouth Police announced that a 15-year-old was arrested and charged with larceny and malicious destruction of property.

The lobster has not yet been recovered.

Comments (2)
  1. Kate says:

    At 15, charge them as an adult. They should be banned for the year from all extracurricular activities, have a curfew, have oh, let’s say 1,000 hrs. of community service, and be made to pay for the replacement of the statue. Spare us all: they were bored, it was a joke, there’s nothing for “kids” to do in Plymouth, they’re a “good kid,” and the other usual jive. Oh, and 3 yrs. probation, with random checks for alcohol & drugs. Listen kid, stupid is NO excuse/defense.

    1. Concerned American says:

      Don;t you have some bloody fetuses to throw at kids walking by Planned Parenthood centers?

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