CLEAR LAKE, Iowa – An artificial arm and leg stolen last summer from a prosthetic limb maker in Clear Lake have been found — sticking out of a snow bank.
The limbs, valued together at about $30,000, were found last Saturday, police said. They were in good condition and returned to Tom Leisure.
The limbs were stolen from Leisure's business in July. There were designed for individuals, and have no value to the general public.
Police speculate that local teenagers stole the limbs to use as props for a prank.