Ned Kelly found alive and well

After an agonising few weeks without her favourite man guarding her home, Alstonvilles Alison James has been reunited with Ned Kelly a unique letterbox made by her father that was recently stolen.

After plenty of local media coverage, someone left the letterbox at the Lismore Driving Range, and he was then returned to police and later to Alison.

Were delighted we didnt think wed ever see him again so were very happy, Alison said. The people who stole him should never have done what they did, but were just glad they had the decency to return him.


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