Do You Recognise these Religious Artefacts?

Police say crosses found in Clem Atlee Estate could be stolen from local church

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Police officers from Hammersmith and Fulham have released photographs of a number of religious artefacts - which were found dumped in a carrier bag - in a bid to reunite them with the owner.

On Friday, July 24 officers were on patrol on the Clem Atlee Estate in Fulham when they found eight crucifixes and a plaque depicting Jesus Christ, in a black carrier bag.

PC Ryan Campbell, from Fulham Broadway Local Policing Team, says: "The crucifixes and plaque are wooden and brass. We believe they may have been stolen from a church and would like to return them to their rightful owner."

If you recognise the items, please call Hammersmith and Fulham Police on 020 8246 2336 or via 101.


August 12, 2015