Image by Hank's SeafoodImage by 20090928-grouper.jpg The missing painting.
Update September 29, 1 p.m.: The Charleston City Paper has some additional details on the painting and the heist.
Also, Live 5 News says Simpson is going before a bond judge at 2 p.m. today, September 29.
Update September 29: A suspect has been taken into custody; get the details and mug shot.
A man nabbed a six-foot by eight-foot painting from the front of Hank's Seafood in downtown Charleston on Sunday night.
But a security camera picked up the man as he fled into a car garage.
You can watch that footage at NBC News 2. -- If you look closely you can almost make out a huge grin on the guy's face.
They're saying the value of the painting is $25,000.
No word on why the man nabbed the painting, but I think he just wants to be able to tell his friends about the three-foot grouper he reeled in.
Oh, and this isn't the first time Charleston has seen such a crime in recent years, back in October a pair nabbed paintings from Torch.