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Copper thieves hit art in TO

The half-dozen copper-clad landscape surfaces installed in the late ’90s in Art Eggleton Park were intended to recall Garrison Creek, a now-buried ravine that once flowed through the city.

February 13, 2014
By Canadian Security


But in recent months, the public art installation at Harbord and Montrose Sts., dubbed “Memory Banks,” has become a testament to another, somewhat baser, phenomenon: The still-hot market for stolen copper.

Read the full story on the Toronto Star website here.

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