Two paintings have been stolen from the Blyth Centre Gallery in the Sherfield Building, according to Naomi Anderson-Eyles, the centre’s administrator.
“We are offering an amnesty to whoever took the paintings. Could you please return them to security, the police or myself?” she said.
Anderson-Eyles urged students to notify security if they “saw anyone suspicious inspecting or removing paintings from the walls”.
The Metropolitan Police have opened a report to investigate the crime.
Anderson-Eyles can be reached at [email protected].