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Bronze horse statue stolen from garden of Lymington home

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The statue was stolen this morning
The statue was stolen this morning

POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a bronze horse statue was stolen from the garden of a Lymington home.

The piece was taken early this morning (Wednesday) between midnight and 6.30am from a rural property on South Baddesley Road

A spokesperson from Hampshire police said the thieves gained access to the home via a fence surrounding the property.

It is believed two or more people were involved due to the weight of the statue, which has sentimental value to the owner.

“Did you see what happened or were in the area at the time? Have you seen this sculpture? Or perhaps you been offered it via online shopping platforms or auction sites,” the spokesperson said.

Those with information should call the police on 101, quoting reference 44210079642.

Alternatively phone Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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