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Dairy Queen sign returned Casa

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By John Whitlock

The mystery behind who took the old Dairy Queen sign from the ground of Casa Mexican restaurant has been solved.
According to Owenton Police Office rGary Alcorn, the taking of the sign was a matter of miscommunication between a member of the restaurant staff and the owner.
Alcorn said a man asked an employee of the restaurant if he could take the sign. The employee didn’t realize the sign may have had any value and said the man could have it.
“The man who took the sign had no idea there was a problem until he saw it in the paper,” Alcorn said.


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