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Marilyn Monroe fish statue missing from Monument Ave.

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RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – The daughter of the woman who owns the Marilyn Monroe fish statue created a Facebook page after the statue disappeared earlier this month.

According to the page, the statue was last seen Friday Sept 21 along the 4700 block of Monument Ave.