Stolen Grizzlies Mascot Artwork Returned to East Memphis School

Stolen Grizzlies Mascot Artwork Returned to East Memphis School

A giant cutout of the Memphis Grizzlies mascot "Grizz" has finally been returned after it was stolen from Presbyterian Day School last week.
MEMPHIS, TN (localmemphis.com) - A giant cutout of the Memphis Grizzlies mascot "Grizz" has finally been returned after it was stolen from Presbyterian Day School last week.

The giant Grizz, along with a cutout of Zach Randolph, was taken from the east Memphis school's display on Poplar Avenue just hours after the Grizzlies season came to an end against the San Antonio Spurs in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals on May 27.

Z-Bo was returned a couple of days later. Grizz was found early Monday morning by a security guard at a nearby building.

The school stated on their Facebook page, "We are happy, especially for the boys who helped create them, that all seven, 8-foot tall wooden Grizzlies are now back home."

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