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SEEKING YOUR HELP: Police are investigating the theft of a distinctive, original leadlight window stolen from a 1930s era Council property at 23 Gordon Street, Coffs Harbour, which is in the process of being demolished. The distinctive window was removed after the intruder/s smashed another window to gain entry. Police Forensic Services have taken fingerprints from the property and are investigating. Although not a heritage building, the former home is an example of local early 20th century architecture and has been thoroughly documented and photographed for archive purposes. The missing window was being saved so it could be stored for possible future local history display purposes. ANYONE WITH ANY INFORMATION IS ASKED TO CALL CRIMESTOPPERS ON 1800 333 000. ...

SEEKING YOUR HELP: Police are investigating the theft of a distinctive, original leadlight window stolen from a 1930s era Council property at 23 Gordon Street, Coffs Harbour, which is in the process of being demolished. The distinctive window was removed after the intruder/s smashed another window to gain entry. Police Forensic Services have taken fingerprints from the property and are investigating. Although not a heritage building, the former home is an example of local early 20th century architecture and has been thoroughly documented and photographed for archive purposes. The missing window was being saved so it could be stored for possible future local history display purposes. ANYONE WITH ANY INFORMATION IS ASKED TO CALL CRIMESTOPPERS ON 1800 333 000.
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