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Gold rose stolen from graveside

A 24-carat gold-plated rose has been stolen from a graveside in Dundee.

The ornament was taken from Balgay Cemetery, Glamis Road, between May 1 and May 14. The rose, which had been through a gold-dipping process, had pink petals and green leaves. Police said the family is upset and anxious for the rose's return.

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