Two cast iron urns have been stolen from Drottningholm Palace on Ekerö. The theft occurred sometime during the night between Monday 19 November and Tuesday 20 November.
The urns are described as invaluable.
Alarm service now urges the public to keep an eye on the urns. Anyone who may have any information to help bring the urn back to their place outside the Palace is asked to contact the police on 114 14.
According to the court, two Hedvig Eleonora urns have been stolen.
- It is very sad that such thefts occur. The king's will is that parks should be a place for the public to walk freely on, explains Margareta Thorgren.
Två urnor försvunna från Drottningholms slott
How the royal couple reacted?
- The royal couple, yes also the others in the royal family, are informed. Of course, they think this is very sad, says Margareta Thorgren.
- Well, it's not the originals from the 17th century that are gone, but two copies made in 1988. But these urns are still invaluable. The theft is reported to the police, of course, and the case is handed over to the police.
These urns must be extremely heavy?
- Yes, these are objects that are very difficult to move on their own.
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