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July 25, 2013

Letter: Magnolia couple seeking stolen sign

To the editor:

My husband and I have been residents of Magnolia for the past couple of years.

We subscribe to the Times, and love everything about Gloucester and Cape Ann. This is our piece of heaven. We have felt very safe in our neighborhood.

Sadly, I write to express my disappointment. Someone stole a hand-painted wooden sign that hung next to our front door. I bought it from an artist at a craft fair in Manchester soon after we moved here. It is a large blue wooden sign with a cod fish and the words, “Cape Ann.”

It is very special to us. If any of your readers happen to notice someone with a new Cape Ann sign in or outside their home, I would hope that someone might contact the Times.

This is not a piece of art that would have been purchased locally. We would love to have our sign back.



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