An otter art sculpture was recently stolen in Issaquah. He stood tall and proud to greet all those who arrived in Hyla Crossing with the intent of extending joy and delight to all those who saw him. He was also there to serve as a reminder of Tibbetts Creek Greenway and the delicate balance of its ecosystem.
The team at Rowley Properties was deeply saddened by this theft and for others who have been impacted by the uptick in crime in our community.
If you see otter for sale or elsewhere in the community, please contact Rowley Properties asap. They would like to bring him home to his rightful place.