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Police hunt for missing statue stolen from a garden in Lambden Road, Pluckley

10 July 2014
by Samantha Williams

An appeal has been launched after a life-sized figure was stolen from Pluckley.

The bronze-effect statue of a woman wearing a dress and summer hat sitting down reading a book was taken from a garden in Lambden Road.

The theft occurred sometime between 11pm on Friday, July 4 and midday on Saturday, July 5.

The life-sized bronze statue was stolen from a Pluckley garden

The life-sized bronze statue was stolen from a Pluckley garden

Police are now appealing to anyone who saw anything suspicious or anyone who has information about the theft to come forward. 

Witnesses should contact PCSO Paul Moorey on 101 quoting reference number ZY/22368/14.

Alternatively, if you have information but would prefer to remain anonymous please contact Kent Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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