Artwork stolen from a New Brunswick home over the weekend has been recovered.

Police responded to a report of a break-in on Parr Street in St. Andrews around 7:30 p.m. Sunday.

They say several art pieces were stolen, including pottery, blown glass and a unique portrait by Herzl Kashetsky titled ‘Angel.’

Volunteers at the St. John the Baptist Anglican chapel in nearby Chamcook called police around 9 a.m. Monday to say they had found artwork on the steps leading to one of the entrances to the chapel.

Police say 11 pieces of the stolen art, including the portrait, have been recovered.

After an initial inspection of the artwork, none of it appears to have been damaged.

Police are still investigating the theft. They believe the pieces were stolen from the home sometime between Saturday night and Sunday morning.

Anyone with information is asked to contact District 1 RCMP at 506-755-1130.