Two paintings that were donated by the family of Bramham Park, have been stolen from a church near Wetherby.
The copies of the old master paintings had been on the walls at St Luke's Church in Clifford for 75 years.
Father Ken Gabbadon, vicar of St Luke's Church in Clifford, says the theft of two paintings has left the congregation very upset. He is asking the people who stole them to bring them back:
Two paintings donated by the family at Bramham Park in 1939 have been stolen from a church near Wetherby.
Police were called to St Luke's in Clifford after thieves broke into the parish church.
The works of art are copies of original paintings and date back to the mid 1830's. Police are now appealing to the public for help in the hope of returning the missing masterpieces.
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