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2 February 2015, 10:16
Police have released an image of a small statue recovered in Borehamwood in a bid to reunite it with its rightful owner.
The distinctive golden statue was found on December 30 in a vehicle which is believed to have been used during several burglaries in the area.
Police believe the statue may have been taken during a burglary and are appealing for anyone who recognises it to come forward.
If you believe the item may belong to you, please contact Detective Constable Karen Warner via the Hertfordshire Constabulary non-emergency number 101.
The item is also available to view on HertsReunited.co.uk, along with images of other items handed in to police and recovered items that are suspected to be stolen, so they can be more easily reunited with their rightful owners.
The recently-launched website was instigated by Hertfordshire's Police and Crime Commissioner, David Lloyd, and is operated by Hertfordshire Constabulary. The website also has a facility for people to report their lost property.