Police appeal for information over Bushy Park tree theft

By Oliver Monk

23rd Apr 2024 | Local News

The flower bed where the missing tree was planted (Photo: Royal Parks Police)
The flower bed where the missing tree was planted (Photo: Royal Parks Police)

A tree has been stolen from Bushy Park's Woodland Gardens.

The Royal Parks Police are asking the public for help in tracking down the recently-planted tree, which was stolen between 12 and 16 April.

While not a rare or exceptional species, the police say the 8-foot Chinese Cedar is "unusual enough to stand out".

The force has also provided the last-known location of the missing tree.

Members of the public are encouraged to call 101 and quote 01/253410/24 or e-mail [email protected] if they have any information regarding the disappearance.

Royal Parks Police have provided the last-known location of the missing tree (Photo: Google Maps via what3words)

     

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