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Police arrests man under suspicion of Oscar theft

07 March 2018

Los Angeles police say a man has been arrested for stealing Frances McDormand's Oscars trophy after the Academy Awards.

Apparently McDormand was seen crying at the Governors Awards Ball after-party she gave up looking for her statue and left with her husband Joel Coen.

McDormand's personally engraved statue was returned to her shortly after it was found. Another incident which helped the police in tracking the accused was the Facebook video he uploaded from the event gushing over the Oscar "his team" won.

Los Angeles police said a photographer who didn't recognize Bryant as an Oscar victor helped nab the suspected thief.

Los Angeles police say Bryant had a ticket for the ball and he quickly yielded it when confronted by officers.

"Got this tonight! This is mine".

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The statue has since been returned to the best actress victor.

Unfortunately, Terry Bryant didn't get that particular memo.

Hall said in an email: "Fran and Oscar are happily reunited and are enjoying an In-N-Out Burger together". Look around, ladies and gentlemen, because we all have stories to tell and projects we need financed.

Janney tells Spencer that one of her favorite moments at the Oscars was when McDormand asked all the women to stand up during her speech.

It seemed the act of theft was no harm no foul for McDormand, who took home the award for her performance in "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri".

All three big set-piece television events so far - the Golden Globes, the Grammys and the Super Bowl - have all returned smaller audiences than a year ago.

Police arrests man under suspicion of Oscar theft