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Richland couple upset about sentimental stolen statue

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RICHLAND, Wash. --One Richland family is very upset about a sentimental statue that was stolen from their house. Pat and Sam Adams moved to the Tri-Cities two years ago for work.

They've had it with them every city they've ever lived. But in June someone took it off their front porch on Meadow Drive South.

The two and a half foot, 80-pound dragon was painted blue and red. The Adams family had it for more than 20 years. They say it's an irreplaceable gift from a family member who passed away "I had it sand-blasted and hand painted it myself. and its just a special piece to us. its kind of part of the family, it just says come on in," says Pat Adams.

They're hoping someone just drops it off on their front lawn, no questions asked. If you have any information please call the Richland police department. (509) 942-7360