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Police appeal after statues stolen in Rhyl

Published date: 23 July 2014 |
Published by: Dean Jones 
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The items stolen from a garden off Dyserth Road, Rhyl. 

A POLICE appeal has been launched after a number of high value items were stolen from a garden in Rhyl.

In the early hours of Friday, July 18, thieves stole a carved wooden unicorn and stone statue of a Lion, and also removed a heavy stone bench from the property, located off Dyserth Road.

Sergeant Mark Jones, of North Wales Police, posted the appeal on social media site Twitter, along with pictures of the items in the hope that someone will come forward with information regarding the incident.

He said: “If anyone saw anyone acting suspiciously at the time or if they have any information regarding this incident, please call the police on 101, quoting reference number RC14109652.”

A North Wales Police spokesman stated that the victims of the theft “do not wish to be interviewed” at this time.

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