Iqaluit museum needs help finding carving


The Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum is seeking assistance in finding a carving that was stolen last week.

The carving is a large bear made of dark green stone with white ivory teeth. The bear’s head is turned to look over its back. The bear stands on all four legs. It measures approximately 12 inches high and 18 inches long. The carving weighs nearly 40 pounds.

The museum is offering a $500 reward for information leading to the carving’s return. Anyone with information can contact the RCMP or Brian Lunger, the museum’s curator, at 979-5537.

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