http://www.indystar.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060305/NEWS01/603050475/1006/NEWS01 Angel stolen from grave 10 years ago is found Frankfort -- A woman who wondered for a decade who stole the concrete angel that once watched over her mother's grave finally has the missing cherub back. Brenda Hasty's daughter spotted the 3-foot-tall statue in late February on the front porch of a stranger's home in Frankfort, about 20 miles southeast of Lafayette. She quickly brought her mother by the house to show it to her. Hasty took her suspicions, along with a decade-old photograph of the angel, to Frankfort police, who declared that the statue and that in the photo were one and the same. Hasty was able to retrieve the statue and return it to her mother's grave. "It's so weird -- 10 years later. I'm shocked. I'm just so happy," she told The Times for a story published Saturday. "The angel is where it belongs." Hasty's mother, Ruby N. Bray Jones, was buried on Jan. 30, 1996. Her cousin, Buddy Puckett, Nicholasville, Ky., made the statue, which was placed at the Frankfort gravesite a few weeks after the burial. Within two weeks, it was gone. The homeowner who had the statue told Hasty she bought it from a neighbor three years ago. Police Sgt. Joe Sheets said the statue seems to have changed hands quite a bit.