Who Mooved Bklyn School Cow?

By Mariel Smith
|  Tuesday, Feb 9, 2010  |  Updated 2:04 PM EDT
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Seth Low Intermediate School

Missing ... life-size cow. Please return to owner.

An alleged thief did not have a cow nor a heart when a Brooklyn school's life-size bovine scuplture was stolen off its front lawn last month.

Deborah Glassman's 8th-grade art class from Seth Low Intermediate School painted the Fiberglass cow all white with the word "peace" written in green in 17 different languages .

It was one of the original 500 sculptures featured in the 2000 CowParade art project and then displayed in Manhattan for 10 weeks.

Glassman told the New York Post she was "devastated" about the theft of the sculpture.

"[The cow] was last seen on January 10th," said Seth Low school secretary Tina Calascione.

The school immediately filed a police report but has not heard any new developments on the cow theft. 
 

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