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3-Foot Nail Replaces Stolen Hammer Sculpture in Healdsburg



    Thieves Steal 800-Pound Hammer in Healdsburg: Police

    Healdsburg police said thieves stole an 800-pound metal hammer with a 21-foot-long wooden handle from the lawn of the Healdsburg Community Center on Friday night or early Saturday morning.

    (Published Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018)

    Healdsburg police said a prankster stuck a huge nail into the lawn outside the city's community center where a giant hammer sculpture was stolen from earlier this month.

    The three-and-a-half-foot metal nail with the word "bait" etched on its head was found by employees around 8 a.m. Monday, Healdsburg police Officer Darryl Erkel said.

    The 800-pound metal and wood hammer that measured 21 feet in length and six feet in height was stolen late on Oct. 5 or early on Oct. 6.

    The artist, Doug Unkrey has offered a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the suspect or suspects.

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    (Published Tuesday, June 25, 2019)

    Police believe the hammer was loaded onto a truck with a crane or by several people.

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