CINCINNATI (AP) – A southwest Ohio family is searching for Sasquatch no longer.

The Spence family in Delhi Township, west of Cincinnati, says their 400-pound concrete statue of the mythical beast, which was reported stolen Saturday, has been found.

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Sixty-one-year-old Ralph Spence says his two sons bought the statue for him several years ago. They affectionately call it “Squashy.”

Spence says he received a call from a friend Tuesday who saw the statue in a nearby open field. A note found with the statue poked fun at its weight, and was signed by “the body building bandits.”

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Spence says Squashy is “a legend around here in the neighborhood.”

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