The smaller eagle on the left side of the picture has been stolen from the Sq’ewá:lxw First Nation. If found, contact the community office at 604-796-6129 or email info@skwahlook.com. (Contributed Photo/Sq’ewá:lxw First Nation)

The smaller eagle on the left side of the picture has been stolen from the Sq’ewá:lxw First Nation. If found, contact the community office at 604-796-6129 or email info@skwahlook.com. (Contributed Photo/Sq’ewá:lxw First Nation)

Eagle carving stolen from Sq’ewá:lxw First Nation

If seen, contact the First Nation community office at 604-796-9129

A carved wooden sculpture of an eagle has been stolen from the Sq’ewá:lxw First Nation.

These sculptures all stood at the Syéxw Chó:leqw Adventure Park. Those with information about the whereabouts of the missing eagle carving should contact the First Nation via social media, call the community office at 604-796-6129 or email info@skwahlook.com.

The missing carving notice went up on Facebook on Monday (Oct. 26) afternoon and as of Tuesday afternoon had been shared 356 times.

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