Louisville thrift shoppers are on the hunt for this missing artwork

A framed portrait has gone missing after being mistakenly donated to Goodwill on Valentine’s Day.

A framed portrait of a young girl in a white dress

The girl in the portrait and the artist behind it remain a mystery, but the piece is of great sentimental value to the owner.

Photo by Cellar Door Estate Sales

Calling all Derby City detectives. A framed portrait has gone missing after being mistakenly donated to a Goodwill in St. Matthews — and there’s a reward for its return.

Cellar Door Estate Sales says the missing artwork, which depicts a young girl wearing a lace-collared white dress, has “very little monetary value” but c

It was accidentally donated to the St. Matthews Goodwill on Valentine’s Day, but has since been moved to another Goodwill location, possibly the Preston Highway Outlet. There is a $300 reward for the picture’s return, and a citywide hunt has ensued to return the portrait to its proper home.

Louisvillians on Facebook have reported sightings at numerous Goodwill locations all over town, but the portrait has yet to turn up.

Think you’ve spotted the missing picture? Get in touch with Cellar Door Estate Sales and let them know.

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