Life-size fibreglass horse stolen from B.C. shopfront in broad daylight

Harry, a life-size fibreglass horse that has guarded the front door of a saddlery store in Kelowna, B.C. for nearly 30 years, was loaded into a U-Haul van Monday and driven away — in an audacious afternoon theft.

Now the store owners are appealing to the public for help finding their missing “family” member. 

“It was stolen from the front of the store while we were working in the store,” said Heather Robson, co-owner of Diamond H Tack Shop on Kirchner Rd., told CBC’s Daybreak South Wednesday.

“I’m quite emotionally upset.” 

Kelowna RCMP Sgt. Kevin Duggan said police received a complaint about the stolen horse shortly before 5 p.m. on Monday. 

“Two people driving a 15-foot U-Haul cube van

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