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Distinctive sculptures stolen from Tealby garden

The stolen deer sculptures EMN-141107-125054001

The stolen deer sculptures EMN-141107-125054001

Thieves have taken four distinctive metal deer sculptures from the garden of a property in Tealby.

The theft occurred between May 16 and 17 2014. The set consists of a deer family - a male, female and two calves. The largest sculpture is about 4ft high and 5ft long.

The sculptures were personal gifts and have great sentimental value to the owners. Police are hoping that as the items as so large and distinctive, someone may have noticed them since they were stolen.

If anyone has any information about the figures - either having seen them, or been offered them for sale, please contact Lincolnshire Police, quoting incident number 293 of 17th May 2014. Alternatively, call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

 

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