Stolen hot dog statue returned to West Virginia restaurant

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The owner of a West Virginia restaurant badly damaged by fire has his coveted hot dog statue back.

The “Wienerman” statue was stolen from the Dairy Winkle in Campbells Creek during a burglary through the front door sometime after the Jan. 11 fire, the Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release.

Shortly after the statue was reported missing, a lead led deputies to a location where it was found undamaged. It was returned to restaurant owner Kerry Ellison, the statement said. The “loved novelty” was valued at $1,000.

Investigators have not identified a suspect and are seeking information about the theft.

The short statue features a hot dog licking his lips and holding a bottle of mustard while pouring a bottle of ketchup on his head. Stolen hot dog statue returned to West Virginia restaurant

Laura Coffey

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