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Tuesday 15 August 2017, 11:47 AM

We are appealing for information after nine metres worth of Cotswold coping stone were removed from a wall outside a church.

Between 5pm on Friday 11 August and 4.30pm on Saturday 12 August large pieces of stone were removed from the wall surrounding St Bartholomew's Church in Oakridge Lynch, Stroud.

Due to the offenders removing the stone, damage has also been caused to the wall underneath. The unknown offenders have also tried to prise off other stones but left these behind.

It is not yet known how much it will cost to repair or replace these items.

If you have any information about this incident, or have been offered coping stones for sale, please call 101 or email 101@gloucestershire.police.uk and quote incident 167 of 13/8.

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