Thieves take val­ued chairs

Narrogin Observer - - News - Michael Traill

A Nar­ro­gin house­hold was left dev­as­tated by a bur­glary days be­fore Christ­mas, as thieves stole elec­tron­ics and fam­ily heir­looms.

So­cial me­dia users ral­lied be­hind Sharon Patane who took to Face­book ask­ing for help to track down those re­spon­si­ble.

“Hello I need your help . . . just be­fore Christ­mas our house in Nar­ro­gin got bro­ken into, they stole our TV and stereo but worse than that they stole our bar­ber chairs, they are from Amer­ica from the year 1840,” she wrote.

“They are hugely sen­ti­men­tal to us and we would re­ally like to get them back, they are cast iron and wood with ma­roon leather on the seats. If any­body sees them could you please ei­ther let me know or to con­tact the po­lice.”

As of Tues­day morn­ing Ms Patane’s post had been shared more than 6800 times through­out WA and even as far as NSW.

Ms Patane was con­tacted for com­ment.

Pic­ture: Sharon Patane/Face­book

The stolen bar­ber chairs.

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