Art stolen from Niagara home includes glow-in-the-dark image of Jack Nicholson
Police say multiple thieves broke into a Niagara-on-the-Lake home and stole the street art
Police have released images of six pieces of art stolen from a Niagara-on-the-Lake home — including glow-in-the-dark works inspired by Jack Nicholson and former model Twiggy.
Niagara police believe multiple thieves broke into the home on Dec. 17 and stole the art, then fled in a GMC Sierra with a sunroof.
The art includes glow-in-the-dark Jack Nicholson and Twiggy-based pieces from 31-year-old graffiti artist Alec Monopoly. Another piece is from King Saladeen, a street artist born and raised in West Philadelphia, and Los Angeles-based artist Max Neutra.
"Investigators are releasing photos of the six stolen pieces of wall art in the hope of furthering the investigation," Niagara Regional Police Service said in a media release.
The GMC Sierra pickup was white and a newer model, police say. It had four doors and running boards.
Anyone with information should call detectives at 905-688-4111 ext. 9276, or Crime Stoppers.
Here's what the art looks like: