Sunday, September 16, 2012

Bonsai stolen at Rueger, Germany

This pomegranate, Punica granatum, was stolen in the night September 13 to 14 from Bonsai Rueger, Germany.


6 comments:

exa said...

Pains me to read such articles. You're doing a nobel thing writing these incidents in public.

Anonymous said...

This is so bad now. I wonder who is doing this in Europe? Has theft always been a problem in Europe?

Xavier de Lapeyre said...

I think you mean 13 to 14 no?
That aside its becoming a real nuisance...

Tomasz Głowacki said...

I see it's to much. I decided (with Mr. Pall approval) to prepare and publish map of places where bonsai was stolen.
look at: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UTF&msa=0&msid=200519669715653067890.0004c9d8056e96d396697
Maybe it will help to find pattern of thief/s actions.
I do not know precise locations of incidents (only blog and internet search), so if you know better you can rectify or add new.
Best regards. Tom

Tomasz Głowacki said...

Link to map looks bad. This one is better :-)
Stolen Bonsai map - click

Best regards. Tom

Anonymous said...

And so another week begins!