CHICAGO (CBS) — Vandals decapitated a statue of Ronald McDonald outside the Museum of Broadcast Communications overnight in the River North neighborhood.
Workers arriving for work Tuesday morning saw the statue of the beloved McDonald’s icon had been decapitated when they got to the museum, according to museum founder Bruce DuMont.READ MORE: Fourth Stimulus Check: Is Another Relief Payment Coming?
Neighbors had rescued the statue’s head after the statue was vandalized.READ MORE: Jelani Day's Mother 'Pissed' At Authorities' Handling Of Son's Disappearance Before His Body Was Found
The statue of the smiling McDonald’s mascot had been sitting on a bench outside the museum’s entrance at 360 N. State St.
DuMont said the statue has been removed from the premises to be repaired.MORE NEWS: Jordan Hassell Charged With Making Multiple Social Media Threats Targeting Chicago Public Schools
A police report has been filed, but DuMont said the museum does not have cameras outside, so surveillance footage of the vandalism is not available.