By Cleve Bryan

By Cleve Bryan

VENTNOR CITY, N.J., (CBS) — The mystery of the head sculpture discovered six months ago on the Ventnor boardwalk came to a happy conclusion Wednesday.

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Ceci Ufberg called police after seeing the bust of her father on the news Tuesday.

Police found the bust last November on the boardwalk near Lafayette Avenue with no indication to whom it belonged or who was depicted in the bust.

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Ufberg told police that the bust was made by her mother Hilda in 1972 or her father Dr. Samuel Shames, a dentist in Wilmington, DE.

Ufberg moved from Ventnor to Delaware last November.

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“The movers must have just left it outside or left it behind and when they got to Delaware, the sculpture of her father was nowhere to be found and they thought that was the end of it,” says Capt. Doug Biagi of Ventnor City Police.