Can you help this Wisbech woman reunite with her Christmas reindeer car antler?

PUBLISHED: 11:43 12 December 2017

A Wisbech woman has been left less than impressed after one of her novelty Christmas car antlers was stolen.

A Wisbech woman has been left less than impressed after one of her novelty Christmas car antlers was stolen.

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Can you help this Wisbech woman reunite with her Christmas reindeer car antler? She woke up to the devastating sight of her previously festive Peugeot left antler-less.

Katie Lloyd was unimpressed to discover that the reindeer antler she mounted on her car had been stolen.

She says she had already removed one herself to ‘have a fag’ but she says “now someone has taken the other one”.

Katie is now appealing online to find the culprit.

In a Facebook post she said “I want my furry antler” and posted a photo of the car sporting the stolen antlers.

And she’s less than impressed with the post that queried her concerns about an item costing –“what were they? A quid?” wrote one ‘friend.’

Katie said it was ‘so, not the point - kids weren’t happy, yes I will get some more but they will probably get nicked again’.

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