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HOLMDEL, N.J. (CBS/AP) — New Jersey State Police are attempting to find two statues of M&M candy characters stolen from a children’s concert over the weekend.

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Police have issued an all-points bulletin for the 3-foot-tall statues, which were stolen during a children’s concert in Holmdel on either Sunday or Monday. The statues were reported missing Monday from the PNC Bank Arts Center where the concert took place.

State police were tongue-in-cheek about the theft, saying they were “fairly certain” the statues didn’t melt like chocolate.

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“And no, they didn’t quit and walk off the job. And though it’s hard to resist grabbing a handful of these delicious treats from a candy bowl, it shouldn’t be hard to resist stealing their displays—no matter how cool they may look wherever it is the suspect or suspects had in mind,” state police posted.

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Anyone with information is asked to contact state police.

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