'Iconic' soldier statue stolen from outside Southsea hair salon Tony Wood Hair
AN ‘iconic’ soldier statue has been stolen from outside a Portsmouth hair salon.
CCTV footage captured the moment it was taken from the exterior of Tony Wood Hair in Castle Road, Southsea.
It happened at around 2am today, salon manager Laura Smith said.
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In the video, which can be watched at the top of this article, a group of people can be seen removing the statue.
A post on Tony Wood Hair on Facebook said: ‘Sadly a group of people decided to take one of the iconic soldiers off our clocktower building.
‘They have stood tall for 120 years and sadly someone has taken them.
‘If anyone sees or hears anything. Please contact us as soon as possible.’
You can see a picture of the stolen soldier statue above.
If you know anything, please contact the salon.