The Wisconsin police chief warned thieves that the size of the cut had been stolen from the store.
Green Bay Police Chief Andrew Smith's cardboard logo was filmed Sunday night at a branch of the city's Kwik tour.
After the theft, police officer Tom Brockmann joked: "No request has been received from the kidnappers at this time.
The cut-out warned Smith not to steal, he said, but a thief seemed to accept the message directly.
Most people read: "win a free ride in a police car by stealing from this store.
Smith told the Green Bay Press Release: "I think this cut was posted on a shooting field somewhere, or maybe in a bird cage at someone's house.
"Retail theft dropped 5% this year, so I might have laughed to the end.
This sign was later discovered.
Without its head
At a home in this city
Police say they are looking for a male suspect driving a silver Chrysler 300.
Police Captain John Laux said the information led them to a 28-year-oldyear-
An old man in Green Bay refused to open the door.
According to the Green Bay Press Release, the man's landlord then helped the police and they were able to retrieve the cut chief.
Police Captain John Laux said: "Unfortunately he was broken.
The body of the chief was found.
The officers were unable to recover their heads.
"I don't want to minimize the work done by my good officers. 'The 28-year-
It is said that old accepted the summons for theft by mail.