The LAPD has found the Ed Sullivan statue that was swiped from the TV Academy’s Hall of Fame Plaza on Sunday. North Hollywood detectives said the piece — estimated to be worth $45,000, making it grand theft — is in good condition but offered no details about how or where it was recovered or potential suspects. The investigation is ongoing. The solid bronze statue, which weighs about 20 pounds and stands 18 inches tall, was being displayed on a pedestal in an outdoor exhibit, along with statues of several other TV personalities and pioneers who have been inducted into the Academy’s Hall of Fame.
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