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Water GoddessPutto fountainLarge Eves
Stolen Printemps head detail [Copyright image 

Water Goddess
STOLEN : GODDESS OF WATER
Stolen from Tithby/Cropwell Butler on 20 January 2011
Item : Bronze water feature, "Goddess of Water", green patina 150cm high. The "goddess" is clinging to a pole, through which water can be pumped to spill over the sculpture. It is edition 4/7 by Laurence Broderick, this information being carried on the hair.
Any info to : PCSO 8917 Cotgrave, Nottinghamshire Police Tel: 0300 300 9999
Messages : Send a message
Crime Ref : DM/005/413/11
No of items stolen : 1
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Water Goddess
Water Goddess


Location : UK > Nottinghamshire
Category : STATUARY
ID : 57236
User : 42602 ; Diyer/Homeowner/Private ; (Registered SalvoWEB user for 2 years or more)
Date Created : 22 Jan 2011 11:03:46
Date Modified : 24 Jan 2011 12:39:59;

Putto fountain
STOLEN : LEAD PUTTO FOUNTAIN
Stolen from North Lincolnshire on 20 Aug 2010
Item : Lead putto fountain circa 1920's signed Ann Acheson about 3ft high
Any info to : Lincolnshire Police on 01522 558925
Crime Ref : 32100037630
No of items stolen : 1

Location : UK > Lincolnshire
Category : GARDEN
ID : 54947
User : 156 ; ; (Administrator)
Date Created : 13 Sep 2010 08:37:39
Date Modified : 13 Sep 2010 08:37:41;

STOLEN : STONESFIELD ROOF SLATES
Stolen from Abingdon, Oxfordshire on 19 May 2010
Item : stolen overnight 19-20/05/10.

200 Stonesfield roof slates (25ft x 5ft area of roof slates) have been stolen that are approximately 300 years old.
Any info to : DC 3882 JM Thames Valley Police Tel. 01865 293956
Messages : Send a message
Crime Ref : ME3590222/10
No of items stolen : 200

Location : UK > Oxfordshire
Category : ROOF SLATES & TILES
ID : 52498
User : 29428 ; ; (Administrator)
Date Created : 24 May 2010 08:40:11
Date Modified : 24 May 2010 08:40:12;

STOLEN : LEAD CISTERN
Stolen from Exeter, Devon UK on 31 Mar 2010
Item : Overnight on the 31st March 2010 a lead cistern was stolen from Exeter, Devon UK. The cistern is clearly dated 1724 and lettered RS G.W.B. A double panel has a hunting scene with a deer and three hounds. Two fishes, thistles, vines, daisies, roses and two floral patterns are inscribed. Another cistern from the same location had been overturned but not stolen. The photograph is of this remaining cistern which is identical in shape and size, the design is as described above.
Any info to : Detective Constable 5679 L D, Devon and Cornwall Police. 08452 777444.
Messages : Send a message
Crime Ref : DE/10/3223
No of items stolen : 1
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Location : UK > Devon
Category : FINE ARCHITECTURAL & GARDEN ANTIQUES
ID : 51574
User : 29428 ; ; (Administrator)
Date Created : 13 Apr 2010 10:23:09
Date Modified : 04 May 2010 08:34:17;

Large Eves
STOLEN : LARGE EAVES STONE ROOF TILES AND GARDEN MACHINERY
Stolen from Nr Bradford on Avon on 07 Apr 2010
Item : Approx 1/2 ton of large eaves, moss covered tiles, painted on underside. These tiles are very easy to identify.

Also garden machinery consisting of:
2 lawn mowers Honda & Kawasaki
2 strimmers
1 hedge cutter
1 chain saw
Any info to : Bradford on Avon Police Station - 0845 408 7000
Messages : Send a message
Crime Ref : 54100027148
No of items stolen : 100

Location : UK > Wiltshire
Category : ROOF SLATES & TILES
ID : 51516
User : 145 ; Charity/Government/Institution/Plc ; (Registered SalvoWEB user for 2 years or more)
Date Created : 09 Apr 2010 12:09:45
Date Modified : 09 Apr 2010 17:24:47;

STOLEN : VICTORIAN MEMORIAL STATUE
Stolen from Brede Churchyard on 30 oct 2009
Item : Victorian statue of young woman with head bowed. Shawl over head gathered into hands clasped in front. Standing 4 - 4ft 6ins.
RECOVERED
Any info to : Sussex Police Tel 0845 6070999 Crime no 01253710
Crime Ref : Sussex police 01253710
No of items stolen : 1
No of items recovered : 1
Recovered Details : Within 24 hours of the statue appearing on the Salvo website, a dealer telephoned Sussex Police to say that they had it. The police are investigating and we hope that the thieves will be prosecuted in due course. Thanks to the brilliant Salvo site which worked perfectly!
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Location : UK > East Sussex
Category : STATUARY
ID : 50861
User : 39686 ; Churches and Memorial Custodians ; (Registered SalvoWEB user for 2 years or more)
Date Created : 09 Mar 2010 18:16:41
Date Modified : 06 Sep 2012 16:13:03;

STOLEN : BRONZE STATUE OF HORSES HEAD
Stolen from High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire UK on 26 Feb 2010
Item : Bronze statue of horses head
6' tall weighs approximately a tonne
Artist Nic Fiddian-Green
(Awaiting images)
Any info to : A/DS 3882 Tel. 01865 293956 fax 01865 293982
Messages : Send a message
Crime Ref : GJ3533369/10
No of items stolen : 1

Location : UK > Buckinghamshire
Category : STATUARY
ID : 50727
User : 29428 ; ; (Administrator)
Date Created : 02 Mar 2010 10:06:04
Date Modified : 04 Mar 2010 13:34:25;

STOLEN : AROUND 80 PIECES OF STOCK
Stolen from Glan Conwy, Gwynedd UK on 20 Jan 2010
Item : Approximately 80k stolen including; 2 19th century lead fountains, 1 bronze dolphin fountain head, 200 to 250 pairs of bronze door handles, 3 brass candelabra, 20 holophane pendant lamps, 16 opaline pendant lamps, 1 18th century dog grate and another 19th century one. 1 marble chimneypeice, 1 teak butlers tidy, 1 coalbrookdale bench, 2 rustic cast benches, 1 bronze stag and doe, and 2 fawns, 1 18th century stone male statue of Hercules, 1 pair of alabaster table lamps, 1 pair of cast garden seats, lead dolphin wall fountain, 1 bronze pheasant statue on base, 2 stained glass panels of birds Victorian, plus smaller ornament and fireside tools, 2 fenders and 2 carved stone urns. Plus a large quantity of power tools and 2 computers and stanav and laptop, cash and my wellies...particularly annoyed about the wellies.
Any info to : PC 2482, Tel: 07896171565
Crime Ref : LO11711
No of items stolen : 80

Location : UK > Gwynedd
Category : Various, mixed, misc and other
ID : 49972
User : 29428 ; ; (Administrator)
Date Created : 27 Jan 2010 10:09:43
Date Modified : 27 Jan 2010 10:09:44;

STOLEN : LATE VICTORIAN LAMPS
Stolen from Colinton Edinburgh, Scotland on 15 Jan 2010
Item : The thefts occurred overnight on 15/16 January 2010.

Both lamps are late Victorian and were designed by Robert Rowand Anderson, the well known Scottish architect. Both lamps are of cast metal construction and were originally gas lit, so the internal fittings will indicate this.

The wall lamp (which was recently restored), is about 600mm high, with two wrought metal scroll bracket supports, and it has the three words, "Saint Cuthberts Colinton" cast as perforations on three sides above the glazing of the lantern (one of these words can be seen in the photo). This lamp is painted black.

The street lamp lantern is about 450mm high, slightly "gazebo" style; it may be damaged as a result of force used in wrenching it from the column. Note that only the lantern of the free standing "street lamp" was stolen, but not the supporting column. This lamp is painted red.
Any info to : Lothian and Borders Police (0131 662 5000), badge number 11257
Crime Ref : CR/003818/10
No of items stolen : 2
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Location : UK > Lothian
Category : Shop, Pub, Church, Telephone Boxes & Bygones
ID : 49931
User : 29428 ; ; (Administrator)
Date Created : 26 Jan 2010 12:36:08
Date Modified : 26 Jan 2010 12:36:10;

STOLEN : BUST OF A MAN
Stolen from Faringdon, Oxfordshire on 11 Jan 2010
Item : The bust was stolen between 11th and 18th January.

It is described in the inventory as 'Bust of a Man. C.F. Fuller 1864, marble, H22 1/2'. Wears a jacket and knotted scarf, short curly hair with wavy ends, moustache and small beard
Any info to : PC 6207, Thames Valley Police 08458 505 505
Crime Ref : MC/3507530/10
No of items stolen : 1
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Location : UK > Oxfordshire
Category : Architectural STONE & TERRACOTTA
ID : 49888
User : 145 ; Charity/Government/Institution/Plc ; (Registered SalvoWEB user for 2 years or more)
Date Created : 25 Jan 2010 10:16:29
Date Modified : 25 Jan 2010 15:56:23;

STOLEN : THREE SETS OF GATES
Stolen from Boars Hill on 6 Mar 2009 - 7 Mar 2009
Item : Three sets of gates from three separate addresses were stolen overnight between 2230hrs Friday 6th and 0145hrs Sat 7th March 2009. From three different properties all in Boars Hill on the outskirts of Oxford City.
Any info to : DC 3882 Intelligence Development Officer (Burglary Dwelling) Force Intelligence Bureau, Thames Valley Police 01865 293956
Crime Ref : ME3292522/09
No of items stolen : 3
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Location : UK > Oxfordshire
Category : Architectural WOODWORK & Panelling
ID : 44396
User : 13912 ; Police ; (Registered SalvoWEB user for 2 years or more)
Date Created : 17 Mar 2009 15:55:45
Date Modified : 17 Mar 2009 16:28:44;

Stolen Printemps head detail [Copyright image
STOLEN : LIFESIZE ANTIQUE TERRACOTTA STATUE OF PRINTEMPS
Stolen from Great Bookham, Surrey UK on 11 Feb 2009
Item : An 18th century terracotta statue of a woman representing Spring
standing on base with PRINTEMPS impressed on it. Approx 165cm high and
approx 50cm wide.
Any info to : Any information, please call Surrey Police on 0845 125 222 or the National Trust on 01372 452048 quoting Crime Reference Number MV09709
Crime Ref : MV09709
No of items stolen : 1

Location : UK > Surrey
Category : STATUARY
ID : 43950
User : 145 ; Charity/Government/Institution/Plc ; (Registered SalvoWEB user for 2 years or more)
Date Created : 21 Feb 2009 14:02:47
Date Modified : 21 Feb 2009 14:07:29;


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