Cow sculpture stolen from Brooklyn school

A Brooklyn school is asking for the public's help in finding a life-size cow sculpture disappeared from its grounds.The fiberglass cow has been on display

BENSONHURST - A Brooklyn school is asking for the public's help in finding a life-size cow sculpture disappeared from its grounds.

The fiberglass cow has been on display at Seth Low Intermediate School for the last 10 years. The cow was part of the 2000 CowParade art project that featured sculptures decorated by artists and students.

Art teacher Deborah Glass noticed the cow sculpture was missing. Glass says the PTA purchased the cow to put on display at the school and many students found it a source of inspiration.

AP wire services contributed to this article.

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