ROTHSCHILD – More than 300 Smurfs have gone missing in Rothschild, and police are looking for the public’s help to find them.
The toy characters were among hundreds of collectibles stolen from a storage unit in the village, according to Marathon County Crime Stoppers.
Between Feb. 17 and March 18, the following items were taken from an apartment storage unit on Alexander Avenue in Rothschild, according to officials:
- Three hundred plastic Smurfs, 50 Super Smurfs and 12 Smurf Playsets and buildings, and a Smurf farmhouse with a red roof.
- Twenty-one Strawberry Shortcake dolls, five Strawberry Shortcake playsets and a Strawberry Shortcake horse carriage.
- Twenty-three Care Bear possable dolls, two Care Bear playsets, and eight plastic Care Bears.
- Ten McDonald McNugget characters, 18 Glow Worms with a rabbit, mouse and duck character that went with them, three Ducktales characters, and a Wizard of Oz lunchbox.
The total value of all the items stolen is $3,000.
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Anyone with information about this theft, or information on any other crimes is asked to contact Marathon County Crime Stoppers at 877-409-8777. People also can use P3Tips in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app to your phone or mobile device. People also can submit a tip online by going to www.marathon countycrimestoppers.org.
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