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Painting stolen from train travelling between Milton Keynes and Crewe

British Transport Police are today releasing images of a painting that was taken after its owner left it on a train at Milton Keynes.
 
The painting was left on the train at around 4pm on Thursday 23 January. 
 
The painting is called ‘Blue Harbour’ and was painted in 1954 by artist Terry Frost.
The painted is valued in the tens of thousands of pounds.
 
The service its owner was on was travelling from London Euston to Crewe.
 
It was wrapped in brown cardboard packaging. It is believed to have been removed from the train somewhere between Milton Keynes and Crewe.
 
Anyone with information about the missing painting is asked to contact BTP by texting 61016 or by calling 0800 40 50 40.
 
In both cases, quote reference 2000009076.
 
Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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Blue Harbour #2

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Blue Harbour

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