Cops Plant Salmon in Art Display, Snag Vandal
June 22, 2006
After last year's destruction and theft of the Wild Salmon on Parade public art, police this year decided to set a trap in Anchorage, Alaska's Town Square.
The decoy: "COPper Salmon," a fish sculpture created by a police sergeant with what materials he could round up. It was strategically placed next to legitimate art pieces -- while a hidden video camera watched.
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