Antique milk churns stolen in Salcombe Regis and other news
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Police are hunting thieves who made off with expensive antique metal milk churns from a property in Salcombe Regis in December. Read this and more.
CHURNS STOLEN: Police are hunting thieves who made off with expensive antique metal milk churns from a property in Salcombe Regis in December.
The distinctive items, with Honiton and Stockport stamped on them respectively, were taken between Christmas Day and December 28.
Anyone with information has been urged to contact police on 101, crime reference: KS/13/45.
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