Ten statues stolen from Warragul garden
 Baw Baw News   By // 16:07, Monday 26 November 2012

TEN statues worth a total of $1,360 were stolen from the front garden a North Road home last week.

Gone: The garden of the North Road house the statues were stolen from. Image: Warragul Police.


Police told The Warragul Citizen the weight of some of the statues means it is likely several people and a vehicle were involved in the theft.

The theft took place overnight on Monday November 19.

Stolen statues include a standing pig with top hat, two sitting dog statues, a concrete bridge, an unconnected water fountain, a concrete turtle, several human figure statues and a yellow old-style pump.

The statues are yet to be recovered.


Anyone with information on the stolen statues should contact Constable Jacky A’Herne at the Warragul Police Station on 5622 7111, or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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