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The man is described as white, aged around 30 years old, slim build with ginger cropped red hair and dark rimmed glasses. He was wearing mustard coloured chinos or jeans and a dark coloured jacket with a hood. He was possibly carrying a large white ‘bag for life’ with a red design.
The two valuable Japanese ivory figures were taken from the art gallery in Booths, Lytham on the afternoon on Monday 16 July, at around 2.30pm. Police are asking anyone with information to come forward.
Police are trying to trace two valuable statues stolen from the art gallery in the Booths supermarket in Lytham on the afternoon of Monday 16 July. The Japanese ivory figures are over a hundred years old and are held in trust by Fylde Council.