Statues Stolen in Cheltenham Burglary

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Statues Stolen in Cheltenham Burglary

Between 10pm on November 27 and 11am on November 28 a house in Chapman Way, Cheltenham, was broken into via a rear window.

Various items were stolen from the property, including jewellery, electrical goods and a number of distinctive ornaments and small statues.

Two bronze statues of nude females were taken. The first was around one foot tall and features a female on her knees with her hair in a pony tail. The second bronze statue was of a female on a half moon and this one was on a black base.

Another item taken was an original Art Deco silver-coloured, ceramic figurine of a lady with a dog on a lead. This was on an oblong green base.

The total value of the items stolen amounts to several thousand pounds.

Anyone with information is asked to ring police on 0845 090 1234 or Crimestoppers anonymously 0800 555111 quoting incident number 300 of November 28.

Posted : 30/11/2006 16:37:39

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