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Update: chapel cross found

The stolen altar cross has been returned to it’s home on Tuesday, Sept. 2.

The King’s altar cross has been polished and restored to its proper place (Photo: Caora McKenna)

On Tuesday, Sept. 2, Father Gary Thorne, the chaplain at university of King’s College, received a phone call at 10:50 a.m. from a blocked number. The caller claimed to have the cross and a meeting was arranged at the Chapel for 11:15 a.m.
At 11:20 Thorne entered the chapel to find a youth around the age of 19 sitting at the back of the chapel with a gym bag. Wrapped inside his clothes was the  cross. He was handed the $200 reward for returning it, and left.
The cross was polished and now sits on the altar.
Full amnesty was granted, and members of the chapel community are very happy to have it back.
Further updates to follow.

By David J. Shuman

David is a second-year journalism student at King's, is engagement/news editor of The Watch, and a copy editor of The Pigeon. He writes on student politics, campus happenings, and school news. 

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