Angel stolen from headstone

MILAN The Erie County Sheriff's Office is investigating the theft of a 3-foot tall sandstone winged angel from a Milan Cemetery grave site. The cemetery sexton was advised of the theft Wednesday morning, believed to have happened between Saturday morning and Monday morning. Capt. Paul Sigsworth said the angel was stolen from a headstone belonging to the Shupe family.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

MILAN The Erie County Sheriff's Office is investigating the theft of a 3-foot tall sandstone winged angel from a Milan Cemetery grave site.

The cemetery sexton was advised of the theft Wednesday morning, believed to have happened between Saturday morning and Monday morning. Capt. Paul Sigsworth said the angel was stolen from a headstone belonging to the Shupe family.

A local antique dealer valued the angel at $1,000.

Comments

MadMother (Anon...

Its pretty bad when you have to steal from a cemetary! Put it back and grow up! Hopefully someday, you wont find yourself in the shoes of those you stole from. Whats wrong with you? Get a life, get a job and buy your own stuff. Stealing is for losers!