One of the 18 golf ball sculptures on display in Dublin for the Presidents Cup has been returned.
Dublin Police said the the ball was discovered late Saturday morning along the 8200 block of Dublin Road.
The sculpture had been damaged.
The ball and its base were discovered missing Monday morning.
City officials offered immunity if the ball was returned by midnight today.
The City's community relations director said the city will pay to have the ball repaired.
The art work is worth about $2,500.
A second ball sculpture was also taken from its tee on Wednesday, but that ball was returned and dropped near the scene of the crime.
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