UPDATE: According to Fredericksburg Police, Ohana was returned to the department’s headquarters and 23-year-old Gregory Rowson was charged with grand larceny and released on an unsecured bond. Police are still looking for the group who they say kicked Ohana, who is pictured below.

FREDERICKSBURG, Va. (WRIC) — The Fredericksburg Police Department is asking for help identifying people captured on security footage as they investigate the vandalism and subsequent theft of a wooden otter statue from outside of a museum.

Police say Ohana, the otter statue, was vandalized and later stolen from the James Monroe Museum and Memorial Library near the intersection of Charles Street and William Street in downtown Fredericksburg. Police do not know whether the two incidents were separate or if the two groups were working together.

At around 11:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 25,a group of people went up to the statue and one person kicked it while the rest watched and took videos. The kick caused damage to the rock the statue was mounted on.

About an hour later, at around 12:20 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 26, another group pulled the statue from the rock and put it in the trunk of a sedan.

Anyone who recognizes any of the suspects pictured is asked to call Fredericksburg Police at 540-373-3122 and reference report number 2023-004801.