Investigation continues into theft of bronze stag statue worth £950
- Credit: Norfolk Police
Police are still investigating the theft of a 4ft bronze statue of a stag that was stolen from its owner’s garden.
The statue, which is worth about £950, was taken from Walsingham Road in Thursford.
A Norfolk police spokesman said: "The investigation into the stolen stag statue is ongoing."
The theft was carried out between 7pm on Saturday, October 19 and 7am on Sunday, October 20.
The garden was secured at the time and it is unclear whether more than one person was involved in the break-in.
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Anybody with information should call PC Cherie Smith on 101, quoting crime reference 35/73712/19. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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