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Cast Glass Items Stolen

Cast Glass Items Stolen
New Zealand Police Canterbury News Release
12:21pm 11 November 2008
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release.html?id=4466

 Glass aqua marine
coloured sculpture Copyright New Zealand Police
2007

Two unusual items were recently stolen from the Form Gallery, Worcester Boulevard, Christchurch on 14 and 16 October. These are valuable works of cast glass.

They are described as:

Glass aqua marine coloured sculpture, circular shape, 25cm high.

A glass sculpture kina, circular shape with white on outside, apricot colour on inside, approximately 5cm high and 13cm width-

 glass sculpture
kina Copyright New Zealand Police 2007

(Photos on web page)

If you see these or have any information please phone Detective Constable Marama Pocock 3637426 or Detective Sergeant John Gallagher 3637723.


ENDS

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