Monday Roundup 7/27: Golden Heads and iPhones

Statues, a GPS unit, and many iPhones made it onto this week’s list of valuable stolen goods. Here’s your Monday roundup: Thieves Monday stole 14 golden heads from a Suffolk, U.K. art festival.
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