The controversial naked sculpture of Donald Trump, titled 'The Emperor Has No Balls' has been stolen from an art gallery in Miami in the middle of the night.
Miami police said on the department's official Twitter account that the statue of the Republican presidential nominee was taken from the Wynwood arts district on Thursday.
The statue was originally perched on a billboard before being moved to a gallery
The $50,000 statue was one of several created by anonymous collective INDECLINE and placed in major cities including New York, Cleveland, Seattle and San Francisco.
Security guards in Wynwood told police they saw a group of men loading the statue into a pickup truck around 3 a.m, according to WSVN-TV.
The guards said they were patrolling the area when they saw a group of men load the statue into a pickup truck and take off.
A witness told investigators he took a picture of the truck as it drove away.
Witness Angel Pino said he tried to yell at the men to stop, but they kept going.
Police ran the license plate and are now looking for the registered owner who appears to be Rodriguez, 36-year-old Pedro Alejandro Rodriguez. They say they will like to 'talk to him' about the overnight grand theft.