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The police are asking for people to come forward with any tips leading to the recovery of a bust of a famous dictator and the apprehension of the individuals responsible.

The sculpture of Joseph Stalin depicted in the photograph was stolen sometime between March 12 and 21 from a building in Tallinn's Old Town, at the address Uus tänav 19. It was not on public display at the time, and the History Museum has its main location elsewhere. 

Stalin was the leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until his death in 1953.

The police asks that anyone with information call 612 4236 or the non-emergency line 110.

 



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