Noodles & Company offers unique bounty for 'macaroni' missing from fork sculpture in Greeley
This is what the artificial noodles looked like before someone stole them from an $8,000 fork sculpture called "Say Cheese" on display in downtown Greeley.
Jim Rydbom/Greeley Tribune
Last Updated: 92 days ago
GREELEY, Colo. - A Greeley-based pasta chain is offering a unique bounty in exchange for information leading to the faux noodles stolen from a fork sculpture in Greeley's downtown plaza.
The sculpture, called "Say Cheese," is on loan, which means artist Justin Deister still owns it. The sculpture is valued at $8,000, and the city must pay for damage done to it while on loan.
The missing noodles disappeared sometime between a FridayFest on Aug. 23 and another downtown event the next day.
Noodles & Company is offering one free noodle bowl per month for ten years to the informant who provides information leading to the missing macaroni. They say all tips should be directed to the Greeley Police Department at 970-350-9605.
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