BEAVER FALLS (KDKA) — A Beaver County police department is on the lookout for Bigfoot, but this one is a much smaller version of the ape-like creature that some people say roams the wild.

The all-points bulletin went out a few days ago.

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Meantime, the family this Bigfoot lived with is worried sick.

Let’s call it the case of the mystery flower bed statue in North Sewickley Township. Lou Fabian is our key witness.

“I was out here cutting the grass this week. The last time I cut grass was a week ago Monday or Tuesday,” said Fabian. “I went around the first time, I said, ‘Gee, something is missing.’ I made my second loop around and I said, ‘Bigfoot is gone.’”

This Bigfoot stood only two-feet tall and had been in Lou and Mary Fabian’s flower bed since April 2009.

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His official name in the catalog where the Fabian’s ordered him is “Bigfoot, the Garden Yeti Statue,” but the Fabians called him Harry, as in the movie, “Harry and the Hendersons.”

Mary says she always put a flag in Bigfoot’s or Harry’s hand on Memorial Day, and then watch motorists drive by, do a double take, stop, and then take his picture.

The Fabians reported the missing Bigfoot to police earlier this week. Mary even posted about his disappearance on Facebook.

“Please, I would appreciate if they would bring him back. People just found such amusement out of him,” she said. “I would like to see him back.”

If you have information about the disappearance of Bigfoot give the North Sewickley Police a call.

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