TULSA, Okla. - Quick Facts:
- Some neighbors in midtown Tulsa are upset someone stole a street sign that reads "Warning low flying owls."
- The theft happened overnight Wednesday.
- Police say stealing a street sign carries a charge of illegal possession of city property, and you can be fined up to $200.
- The signs are unique to the Sonoma-Midtown neighborhood near 36th and Harvard.
- The city installed four of the signs in June 2016 for the safety of the federally protected barred owls that nest in the area.
- Neighbors say they just want the thief to bring the sign back, no questions asked.
Neighbors are hoping a thief returns a sign stolen from their midtown Tulsa neighborhood.
It happened overnight Tuesday at the Sonoma-Midtown neighborhood near 36th and Harvard. The sign reads "Warning Low Flying Owls" and was put up nearly two years ago to warn drivers about barred owls that live in the neighborhood.
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