Monday Roundup September 28: You Can’t Teach an Old Dog New Tricks, but You Can Paint It a New Color

This week a long-lost Mexican carving reappeared in France, police started drawing connections between crimes committed against former Michigan State football staffers, and a homeless woman stole and painted a dog. asics gel kinsei donna Here’s your Monday roundup: A 3,000 year old carving stolen from Mexico several decades ago recently resurfaced in Paris. stan smith adidas dames The carving is believed to be a creation of the Olmec, one of the earliest known peoples of Mesoamerica. solde adidas According to a statement issued by Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History, the carving was illegally taken sometime in the 1970s. cheap jordans uk Local police are saying that the theft of property from two former Michigan State University football staff members may be connected. fjallraven kanken classic Former coach George Perles and former equipment manager Bob Knickerbocker both have reported bowl game rings stolen over the past two weeks. Both men also said several personal jewelry items were stolen with the rings.
  • A Seattle man got his stolen dog back last Saturday, but in a different color than he expected. The terrier, a golden-brown dog named waffles, was stolen by a local homeless woman who painted it black to conceal the animal’s identity.

  • The dog was taken when the owner’s mother-in-law brought her to the grocery store earlier in the morning. The man’s neighbors helped him track the dog to the homeless woman, who he then confronted, despite being shocked to see his pet sporting a new fur color. Scarpe Nike Air Max With the help of local police, the dog was put back in the custody of its rightful owner, but has not yet regained its natural hue.