Painted mannequin stolen from Cambridge garage roof

Painted mannequin stolen in Cambridge The mannequin was part of a community art project in the city

A shop dummy has been stolen from a garage roof in Cambridge.

The painted mannequin was taken from the roof in Chesterton Road between 21:00 BST on Monday and 07:00 the following morning, Cambridgeshire Police said.

It was being displayed as part of a community art project called Mitcham's Models in the area close to the city's Mitcham's Corner.

The mannequin was due to be auctioned for charity, police said.

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