INDIANAPOLIS - A local firefighter is raising money for a statue that he hopes will bring hope and inspiration to the families of homicide victims.
"Peace Dove" is a sculpture that will be made entirely of guns that were used in crimes across central Indiana.
Ryan Feeney is creating the statue. Feeney and the Marion County Sheriff’s Office will spend the next year raising money and finding parts to create a statue twice the size of the model that was recently unveiled.
There is no word on where the sculpture will be placed when it is finished.
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