'Popular' crocodile statue stolen from Leeds garden

'Popular' crocodile statue stolen from Leeds garden
 

An ornamental crocodile that has delighted passers-by for a decade has been stolen from a garden in a Leeds suburb.
The 6ft (2m) long resin statue was stolen in Horsforth on Tuesday night.
Community group, Newlay Conservation Society said: "Whoever it was who did this planned this meticulously. It's a cruel blow to the owners and to Newlay."
Police said all that was left was "a perfect splatter of Mr Crocodile".
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It is thought thieves used bolt-cutters to remove the statue that has been chained down for about a decade.
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31 August 2017 in Regional, Views: 45
Source: BBC
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