The five bronzes stolen in Inverness in February have been replaced

The five bronze works stolen last February in Inverness in Center-du-Québec have been replaced and four more have been added.

The municipality now has about twenty bronze sculptures in its open-air art gallery, considered a jewel. Inverness has two foundries on its territory.

Local artists and founders volunteered to do the work.

In February, the thieves seized the bronzes after having separated them from their base with the aid of pliers.

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