Missing WWI plaque found


The World War I memorial plaque that had been missing from Hanna for several weeks has been found. While townspeople are excited and relieved to have the relic returned, the investigation to find the thieves continues.

A public works employee was mowing the lawn on the east side of Hanna junction when he saw the plaque on the side of the road. Originally, he thought it was rubber. While law enforcement currently doesn't know who took the plaque, they believe that it was more than one person. Since it weighs over 100 lbs, it's unlikely that it could have been moved by one person.

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