Dude, Where's My 300-pound Gorilla?

When she was out of town, someone stole Jodi Goode's 300-pound gorilla statue from her front yard in Arizona.

The gorilla, affectionately nicknamed "Gordon," was a Christmas gift to Goode 12 years ago from her husband, Jerry Kelly. Goode estimated Gordon's worth at about $3,500. The beast occupied the same spot on Goode's lawn for all 12 years, she said. He's about 3 feet tall and 4 feet long.

Police suspects the worst:

Sgt. Mark Robinson of the Tucson Police Department said it's common for metal to be stolen in the Tucson area and sold to scrap yards.

Link - via Arbroath


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Sad that the economy and education system sucks so much in Tucson that it makes people steal metal for the scrap money. And meth hasn't even hit there yet. Wait until that chemical wonder starts tearing the town apart.
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