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Hermes Found

Greek God found in Crockett bar

By Delfin Vigil, Carrie Sturrock

After a weeklong binge in the back of a bar, Hermes is home again. “Resting Hermes,” the 300-plus-pound bronze statue and relic from San Francisco’s 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition that was stolen earlier this month, has been returned to its rightful owners at the University Club on Nob Hill.

The club received a phone message late Friday from someone saying Hermes was sitting on an upholstered chair outside the ladies’ bathroom in a tavern in Crockett called Toot’s. After speaking with the informant on the phone the next evening, Deke Kastner, the club’s general manager and chief operating officer, called the Contra Costa County sheriff’s department.

Read the original article at: San Francisco Chronicle

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