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Bronze statues of girl and Buddha stolen from Canterbury garden

By Joe Wright

Bronze statues worth more than £25,000 have been stolen from a garden.

Three life size figures of children were swiped from a property in St Lawrence Forstal, Canterbury, along with a green Buddha statue.

The unique girl statues were commissioned by the owner and each stand at about 2ft 5ins high.

With a combined value of £27,000, the expensive figures were taken overnight on February 11 and 12.

Police are investigating the theft and want anyone with information to contact them 01843 222289 quoting reference 46/38004/19.

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