Missing 6ft tall model horse stolen from shopping park found after house raid

A GIANT model horse which was stolen from a shopping park last month has been recovered by the police following a house raid, it's been revealed.

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Angus Chan, a 6ft tall fibreglass sculpture, was discovered in a flat in Wishaw, North Lanarkshire, six miles from where it had been on display.

The horse was recovered undamaged and today was back on public view at the busy Palace Grounds Retail Park in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire.

The sculpture is one of 25 models being used in a campaign to bring more shoppers and visitors to the town, with organisers creating a Ready Steady Gallop charity art trail.

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