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Can you help trace binoculars stolen in Pudsey?

A pair of binoculars with special sentimental value have been stolen from a parked car in Pudsey.

Carole Lowe said the binoculars were taken on Sunday night and is appealing for their return. She said the stolen binoculars were ‘much missed’:

“They belonged to my dad, who has passed away, and therefore are of great sentimental value. They are vintage style in a very dark brown leather case with the name Arthur Lowe in the case.  I’m really not sure how much they are worth (if anything) but they are priceless to me.”

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