Oh deer! Bronze statues stolen from garden
A FAMILY of deer statues have been stolen from a garden.
The four life-sized bronze statues, of two adults and two fawns, were taken from the garden of a property in Heydon Road, Great Chishill, at some time between Sunday October 28 and Friday November 2.
Pc Robin Walters, from Cambridgeshire Police, is investigating the incident. He said: “This has devastated the owners who have had the statues for more than 10 years.
“They are very heavy and it is likely the thieves would have had to use a vehicle, possibly a 4x4 or a van, to carry them away.
“I would urge anyone with any information about the thefts to call police.”
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Anyone with information on the crime should contact Pc Walters on 101.
*Are you the owner of the statues? Call 07785 616246 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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