Stolen church banner turns up at Sheringham
The banner which went missing, then was found at the Salvation Army's temporary home in Sheringham.
A church banner taken from outside the Salvation Army's temporary home at Sheringham High School has turned up on the school roof.
The church has moved to the high school, while its 123-year-old town centre citadel undergoes a �1.3m, 10-month rebuild.
A 5m long yellow banner costing about �200 which signalled its presence was stolen a few days ago.
But church officials today reported it had turned up, discovered on the roof of a school building as it returned from half term holiday.
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Spokesman Annette Copeman said they were relieved it was back and would be reviewing how and when to display it.
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