Police continue to investigate war memorabilia robbery in Queenstown

A set of World War II medals belonging to William Oldham Smith was taken in the robbery.
A set of World War II medals belonging to William Oldham Smith was taken in the robbery.

Police are continuing to investigate the theft of war memorabilia from the Galley Museum in Queenstown.

Tasmanian Police are yet to charge anyone in relation to the August 13 robbery where medals from both World Wars, bayonets, pins, military uniform, flags and badges were stolen.

The incident angered the West Coast community, with mayor Phil Vickers describing it as “disgusting” and “despicable”.

Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers anonymously on 1800 333 000 or report online at crimestopperstas.com.au

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The Galley Museum in Queenstown was broken into earlier this month.

The Galley Museum in Queenstown was broken into earlier this month.