A picture of an egret that was on display in the hall of the Beaufort County Administration Building among dozens of other works by members of the Beaufort Art Association went missing in late May or early June. A sign has been hung on the wall in place of the painting indicating that it is missing and asking for its return.
A picture of an egret that was on display in the hall of the Beaufort County Administration Building among dozens of other works by members of the Beaufort Art Association went missing in late May or early June. A sign has been hung on the wall in place of the painting indicating that it is missing and asking for its return. Jay Karr -- Staff photo
A picture of an egret that was on display in the hall of the Beaufort County Administration Building among dozens of other works by members of the Beaufort Art Association went missing in late May or early June. A sign has been hung on the wall in place of the painting indicating that it is missing and asking for its return. Jay Karr -- Staff photo

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