Two wooden carvings stolen 34 years ago from a 500-year-old church in England were discovered on an Internet auction site and will be returned, a U.S. broker says.
British authorities have never determined who sawed off the lion and lamb figures from pews at the Church of St. Nicholas in Denston, England.
Paul Eash, an eBay broker who had been selling the carvings on behalf of a northeastern Ohio couple, received an note this week from the church’s vicar.
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