Two men have pleaded guilty to stealing a Henry Moore sculpture worth up to £500,000 from a garden in Hertfordshire.
Police have recovered a bronze sundial sculpture stolen from the Henry Moore Foundation in Much Hadham in Hertfordshire.
Police have launched an investigation after a sculpture statue worth up to £500,000 was stolen from Hertfordshire.
Two men who stole art works by Henry Moore have been jailed.
Liam Hughes, 22, and Jason Parker, 19, pleaded guilty at St Albans Crown Court last month to stealing a sculpture called Sundial and the bronze plinth of another work from the grounds of the Henry Moore Foundation in Much Hadham, Herts.
The pair, both from Coltsfield, near Stansted in Essex. were both sentenced to a year in prisonParker will serve his sentence in a young offender institution.
Two men have been charged with the theft of a sculpture taken from the former home of British artist Henry Moore.
Hertfordshire Police said Liam Hughes, 22, and 19-year-old Jason Parker had both been charged with stealing the sundial sculpture and a bronze plinth.
The sundial, created by Moore in 1965, was taken from the grounds of The Henry Moore Foundation in Much Hadham, Herts, overnight between July 10 and 11.
Hughes and Parker, both of Coltsfield, Stansted, Essex, have been bailed to appear before magistrates in Stevenage on August 3.
A third man, aged 22 and also from Stansted, has been released without charge.