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    GALLERY: Waterville art show heist - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    A gap on the presentation wall Friday shows where a piece of art was stolen from the 2016 Maine Open Juried Art Show Thursday at the Waterville Public Library in Waterville. A Waterville man has been summonsed for the theft.

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    Sarah Sugden, director of the Waterville Public Library, left center, Friday talks with a local artist at the site where a piece of art was stolen from the 2016 Maine Open Juried Art Show at the Waterville Public Library in Waterville,

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    Lori Merely, left, and Peggy Riley, right, browse the art on exhibit at the 2016 Maine Open Juried Art Show at the Waterville Public Library in Waterville on Friday.

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    "Alive in the Darkness," a graphite drawning by Waterville artist Brian Vigue, was recovered from the apartment of his cousin, Jason Stephenson, police said Friday, after it was taken from the Maine Open Juried Art show in Waterville Thursday. (Contributed image)

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    Peggy Riley browses the collection of art on display at the 2016 Maine Open Juried Art Show at the Waterville Public Library in Waterville on Friday.

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    Brian Vigue, seen at a Waterville public hearing last year, said he was relieved Friday that his drawing stolen from an art show at the Waterville Public Library has been recovered.

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