Hever Castle copy of 18th Century engraving stolen

Stolen Hever Castle print
Image caption The stolen print is a copy of an 18th Century coloured engraving of Hever Castle

A framed copy of an 18th Century coloured engraving has been stolen from a bedroom at Hever Castle, in Kent.

The missing print, by Samuel and Nathaniel Buck, is worth about £250 and shows a western view of the castle.

CCTV shows a man removing it from the Dog Kennels bedroom and placing it into a bag at 16:55 BST on 29 June.

The man is described as having short, thinning grey hair and aged in his early 50s. He was wearing a dark brown jacket, dark trousers and glasses.

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