$2,500 Worth Of Flowers Stolen From Richmond Greenhouse

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 5/02 7:23 pm
Richmond Police said someone stole $2,500 worth of flowers from Bi Water Farm Greenhouse on Lantern Ridge Drive.

Police said the greenhouse staff told investigators that several knockout roses, regular roses and multiple hydrangeas were stolen on two separate dates.

Approximately $900 worth were taken on April 24th and $1,534 were stolen on May 1, according to police.

The regular roses were in black pots, the hydrangeas were in white and blue pots and the knockout roses were in yellow pots, according to investigators.

Anyone with information that could help police in the ongoing investigation, call 859-623-1162.
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