Vandals In Canada Steal Cool Vancouver Park Sign — Again The sign at Dude Chilling Park was first installed in 2012. This is the third time someone has made off with the sign — presumably to hang over their couch. It will cost $1,300 to replace it.
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Vandals In Canada Steal Cool Vancouver Park Sign — Again

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Vandals In Canada Steal Cool Vancouver Park Sign — Again

Vandals In Canada Steal Cool Vancouver Park Sign — Again

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The sign at Dude Chilling Park was first installed in 2012. This is the third time someone has made off with the sign — presumably to hang over their couch. It will cost $1,300 to replace it.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. A Vancouver park has to contend with the consequences of having a totally sweet name. The sign at Dude Chilling Park has again been stolen. Named in 2012 after an artist installed a statue that looked an awful lot like a dude chilling, the sign has proved popular with the sticky-fingered crowd. This is the third time it's been stolen. It costs $1,300 to replace - not cool, dudes. It's MORNING EDITION.

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