Rock Stolen From Yoko Ono Exhibit
Toronto Police are seeking the public’s help to find a woman who allegedly stole a rock with Yoko Ono’s handwriting.
The rock, inscribed with “love yourself,” is part of the interactive Yoko Ono: The River exhibition at the Gardiner Museum.
A description on the museum’s website reads: “Visitors are invited to pick up a stone and hold it, concentrating on the word, and then placing the stone upon the pile of other stones in the center of the room.”
Police said a woman, described as aged 55 to 60, walked away with the stone, which is valued at $17,500 U.S.
The theft occurred on March 12 at 5:35 p.m., according to police.
Female sought in Theft Over $5000 investigation. Mon. Mar. 12, at 5:35 p.m., at the Gardiner Museum located at 111 Queen’s Park. She allegedly stole a rock on display of an art exhibit. Last seen walking south on Queen’s Park. #GO601628 if seen pls call 416-808-5200 ^gl pic.twitter.com/uzoQ38AZ9S— Toronto Police OPS (@TPSOperations) April 7, 2018