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Date Item Was Taken: 1 May 2020
Location of Item When Taken: Taunton, Somerset, England
Crime Reference Number: 123456789/2020
Description of Item Stolen: This is a porcelain statue of a Green Tara Buddha. The statue is approximately 2 feet high. Tara is shown sat on a lotus flower, which is atop what looks like a Foo Fu Dog. The Foo Dog or Fu Dog is a mythical beast which some people see as really a lion, an animal sacred to Buddism.
The Foo Dog is holding a sphere and is undamaged. The Tara has a crack in two fingers and one of the lotus leaves has snapped off and is missing. Other than that, the handwork is very fine with incredible detailling.
If anyone spots this, please inform CRIME STOPPERS immediately. I have searched the internet tirelessly for a long time and never seen another one, or a picture of one, so please if you spot this one, it could be mine. Thank you so very much for looking.
(Please remember, this is an example only. This item is not stolen, nor missing, and the crime number is fictitious)
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