Lend a hand? Cambridge restaurant asking for public’s help after giant skeleton arm stolen

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — A Harvard Square bar is asking for the public to lend a hand after two culprits vandalized their giant decorative skeleton Tuesday night.

The skeleton stood proudly outside Wusong Road Tiki Bar on Mt. Auburn Street. The bar wrote in a social media post that two people destroyed part of the statue, stealing the left arm of the bony structure just before midnight.

Cambridge Police say the suspect is a 35-year-old white woman wearing glasses, a light colored jacket and black pants. She can also be seen on surveillance video having her photo taken by an unknown man.

The restaurant is offering a $100 gift card as a reward for anyone with information leading to the return of the appendage.

Other restaurants in the area have offered rewards of their own to help Wusong Road make their skeleton whole again.

Anyone with information about the theft is asked to contact police.

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