Fishing lure bench stolen in Idaho Falls
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) -- The Idaho Falls Arts Council would like to catch whoever took a bench shaped like a fishing lure that was part of a public art project along the Snake River. They're offering a $500 reward for any information.
The missing piece is called "Al-Lure." It was designed by BYU-Idaho art instructor Jason Brown and had been in place for about a year.
Arts Council officials say whoever took the bench brought the tools to cut the bolts that anchored it to a cement pad.
It was reported missing Wednesday.
There are about 45 art benches in downtown Idaho Falls and along the river. The "art you can sit on" program started in 2005.
Photo courtesy Idaho Falls Arts Council