Police are appealing for information after a post box worth £200 was stolen from outside a Hartley pub.
The post box, believed to date back to the Victorian era, was discovered missing on April 9.
It had been embedded into a wall at the front of the Black Lion pub in Ash Road.
It is unknown whether there was any mail inside during theft, although the post-box is believed to be rarely used.
The post box is cast iron and believed to be valued at around £200.
Anyone with information should call 01322 422502, quoting reference YY/6915/15.
Alternatively if you don’t want to give your name call Kent Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
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