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Tiny house stolen from Canberra 'spotted in rural Queensland less than a day later'

  • Wed, 13 Sep 2017 08:36

A tiny house prototype stolen from a Canberra business appears to have made its way to a Queensland town 1,250 kilometres away in a matter of hours, according to the home's owner.

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