ST. LOUIS (KSDK) - Three sculptures worth over $100,000, weighing thousands of pounds, that were missing from the GenAmerica building in downtown St. Louis, have been found.
The Trova sculptures were loaned to the owners of the building by St. Louis County in 2002. The county was in talks with the new owners of the building, Centar Properties of New York City, to get them returned, but the new owners mistakenly thought the sculptures came with the building.
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On Tuesday, the sculptures were discovered to be missing. Centar has not returned phone calls from St. Louis County since they went missing.
St. Louis County has filed a report with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, and reviewed security camera footage to determine when and how they were taken.
On Wednesday afternoon St. Louis police said the sculptures were found in the building's garage.
NewsChannel have has reached out to Centar Properties, but we have not heard back.
The sculptures will be moved to Saint Louis University.