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Thursday, April 17, 2014

Reward offered for missing Glenkiln Sculpture

An update on the missing Glenkiln's sculpture as a reward is offered for information on the missing bronze, first reported on the Commonty back in October here

"A reward of £50,000 has been offered for information on the theft of a bronze sculpture said to be worth £3m.

The 7ft tall Standing Figure was one of four Henry Moore pieces on display at Glenkiln Sculpture Park near Shawhead, in Dumfries and Galloway.
It was stolen from the park last October. Experts fear it may have been sold as scrap metal.
The reward has been offered by local landowner Sir Henry Keswick, who created the sculpture park.
It came as police launched a fresh appeal for information on the theft."
The full report is available on the BBC Scotland website

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