By Audlem Webteam - 4th May 2006 10:08am
Just over a week ago, Audlem Online reported that a wooden plant trough, full of soil and plants, had disappeared from near the junction of Churchfields and Stafford Street. It wasn't valuable but it did provide a splash of colour. It now appears it had been moved 100 metres or so and was stuck in front of a parked car. Local neighbours placed it in a prominent spot and kept it watered until it was noticed by the owners who have now retrieved it. Hardly grounds for a TV whodunit, but it does make you wonder what was in the mind of the person who did carry it that 100 metres and why?
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