A 3-foot-tall vanilla ice cream cone has gone lacking in Madeira Beach on Florida’s Gulf Coast, and other people can’t cease speaking about who took it and what may very well be their nefarious intent.
The fiberglass show was a landmark of types, prominently displayed at The Sand Bar, an ice cream store in Madeira Beach, simply northwest of downtown St. Petersburg.
It disappeared May 1, however locals didn’t understand a criminal offense befell till the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office posted an alert “seeking the public’s assistance with locating a stolen ice cream cone display.”
A detective has been assigned to the case, photographs are circulating and there’s a telephone line for ideas.
Hundreds have reacted to the “cold case” on social media, with some providing theories, however many extra making jokes.
“Please make a ‘wanted’ poster,” Makzie Reedus wrote.
“Three ft tall? Someone’s doing a good job hiding it,” Joanne Wike posted.
“You know things are getting bad when they steal fake ice cream,” Robbie Skarr mentioned.
Several commenters famous the cone was “scooped” up across the identical time as highschool graduations, main them to imagine this can be a senior prank. The theft occurred simply days earlier than one other extremely publicized senior prank in St. Johns County, Florida, the place teenagers hung a lifeless bull shark from their highschool’s rafters.
“I would look on the roofs of the high schools!” David E Betzing suggested the sheriff’s workplace.
Others urged the sheriff’s workplace begin looking dorm rooms and frat homes.
“Maybe it was a part needed for a scavenger hunt?” Chris Herrin requested.