Police in Newfoundland are looking for a young couple who stole a limited edition print from a McDonald's last week.
They say a male and a female walked out of the restaurant with a framed copy of Coming Home by prominent Newfoundland artist Christopher Peet. It's valued at approximately $360.
The suspects have been identified as a 26-year-old man and a 23-year-old woman.
Police added that "the female has a large skull tattoo in the middle of her chest. It's quite noticeable, about the size of a softball."
Peet's works are exhibited in galleries across Canada and in the U.S. One of his lithographs was presented to Queen Elizabeth II in 1997 while she was in Newfoundland to help celebrate the province’s 500th anniversary.