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Reward is offered after statue is stolen

By Natasha Swift 17th May 2017

Reward is offered after statue is stolen
REWARD: For return of Jim the Kettle Boy

 A CASH reward is being offered for the safe return of one of the iconic clay worker statues which have stood outside Wheal Martyn for more than a decade after it was stolen a month ago by thieves. Jim the Kettle Boy was ripped off his stand and stolen while the Bal Maiden was torn down and left damaged lying on the ground sometime...

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