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Colorado Artist Victimized by Thieves

The show will go on for one traveling artist who lost much of his work to thieves.

Colorado artist Jim Gilmore says when he parked his trailer for this weekend's NatureWorks art show at the Tulsa Marriot... he woke up to find it was gone.

Police say the white trailer had dozens of bronze sculptures inside; two large paintings, as well as several art show props.

Gilmore says his things were insured, but

Jim Gilmore, Artist: "Nothing like this has happened to me, no. I've been a full time sculptor for 20 years and been to hundreds of shows but nothing has ever happened like this... so, first time for everything."

Gilmore's stolen trailer is a white Cargo Mate with Colorado license plate BOO-6032

If you see it, give Crimestoppers a call at 596-COPS.
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