Sharp-eyed Vermont yard manager keeps stolen artwork from furnace
Dec 13, 2007 | 02:49 PM
| Michael Marley
A Vermont scrapyard is being lauded for saving several stolen bronze sculptures valued at hundreds of thousands of dollars from being turned into ingot.
Burnett Scrap Metals in Hinesburg, Vt., a small town about 10 miles of Burlington, was one of three locations that last month bought what was thought to be 2,800 pounds of scrap bronze from two young men, according to press reports. The other two sites have not been....
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