I wonder if it had a trigger lock on it?

Historic cannon missing from civil war park

Phelps said he doesn’t know how someone made off with the cannon, which was behind a low red-brick wall on three pedestals.

The sheriff’s office has handled stolen-gun cases before, but this is the first stolen cannon that Phelps is aware of.

Actually, the headline as well as the parts I excerpted are misleading. It wasn’t a real civil war cannon. It was a scale-model replica. The Police said they don’t even know what it was made of.

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