- Associated Press - Wednesday, May 6, 2015

BAINBRIDGE, Pa. (AP) - Several pro-gun rights signs that a rural Pennsylvania township posted to discourage crime have been stolen.

LNP reports (https://bit.ly/1dNfqTE) four of Conoy Township’s infamous “NOT A GUN FREE ZONE” signs disappeared Sunday.

They’re worth about $555.

The township of about 3,000 residents in south-central Pennsylvania put up more than a dozen of the signs on roads along its borders in February.

A township supervisor said they were a response to recent home invasions and petty crime.

Four of the signs were vandalized with spray paint shortly thereafter.

No suspects have been arrested. The investigation is continuing.


Information from: LNP, https://lancasteronline.com

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