NOT ON: Sue Riley had to replace her wheelbarrow which was stolen from the Tropical Paradise Nursery. Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail
NOT ON: Sue Riley had to replace her wheelbarrow which was stolen from the Tropical Paradise Nursery. Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail Mike Knott

Stolen wheelbarrow returned to nursery

THE owner of Tropical Paradise on Lovers Walk Nursery Susan Riley was glad to have her wheelbarrow returned after the NewsMail did a story on the theft.

Mrs Riley said the wheelbarrow was located at a near by farm, and the farmer contact her after seeing the article in last weeks paper.



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