Police force's pig mascot back on display
Posted: April 25, 2013 - 2:06pm

In this photo supplied by the Astoria Police Department, workers place a concrete pig restored for the police department in front of the department building in Astoria, Ore. The pig was dropped off in 1993 by someone whose motive wasn't clear and two decades have taken their toll, washing off the pink paint, pitting the surface and loosening the ears. The pig has been restored. (AP Photo/Astoria Police Department)
ASTORIA, Ore. (AP) — The Astoria Police Department's concrete pig is back in the pink and ready for another 20 years of duty. The Daily Astorian...

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