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Farming signs stolen in west Suffolk

18th May 2012 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

A number of signs that were erected to promote a farmers' market in west Suffolk have been stolen.

Six of the structures were taken from Justine Paul, who originally believed that they were taken away by police, reports EADT24.

However, after speaking to the authorities, she realised that the signs were stolen by another source.

Speaking to the news provider, Ms Paul said: "I have had to pay for them all myself and as they cost upwards of £25 each, it will have quite an impact on the finances if they continue to disappear."

She is still hoping that a local resident possibly saw them being removed, as she believes that a "real effort" would be required for the signs to be detached from their posts.

While Ms Paul is still searching for the perpetrators, Northampton County Council is hoping to remove 2,000 signs in the coming months.

The authority is looking to take down all signs that it deems to be useless.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801366195-ADNFCR


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