The hunt for thieves who stole the clock faces from Newcastle's historic Co-op building continues.
The suspected scrap metal thieves were spotted dismantling the clocks on the Co-op towers on August 8.
Northumbria Police said they had yet to make an arrest and that the investigation is on-going.
The historic art deco building on Newgate Street has been a permanent fixture in Newcastle since the 1930s.
A spokesperson for The Co-operative, said: "The Grade II listed former department store is under offer to developers who plan to re-generate the site.
Despite 24 hour security we are aware that vandals have accessed the site and, following these incidents, further measures to secure the site have been taken to deter and prevent intruders."
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