CLINTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — A 56-year-old New Jersey man has been charged in connection with the disappearance of a Ronald McDonald statue last month.

The 250-pound life-size fiberglass figure was stolen from the McDonald’s in Clifton, New Jersey on April 27. It was later returned on May 5.

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Hunterdon County prosecutors say 56-year-old Thomas Roman, of Point Pleasant, has been charged with receiving stolen property.

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Restaurant owners Phil and Diane Koury previously said they were “thrilled” to have the statue back undamaged.

There’s still no word on how or where the figure was found.

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