LONDON, KY—On Tuesday, January 19th, at 9:15 A.M. London Police received a call from Dispatch about 12 “Vote Yes for London” signs that were missing from private property. “Vote Yes for London” Chairperson Jennifer Tyler reported to police on Wednesday, January 20th, that eight signs have been recovered on Sam Black road on KY 472.
London Laurel County Crime Stoppers are offering a $500 reward on any information that would lead to an arrest.
The “Vote Yes for London” signs were said to have been set in-place on Monday, January 18th, and on Tuesday morning, January 19th, they were missing. The “Vote Yes for London” committee is trying to locate any video from where the signs were stolen. The signs were originally placed on throughout the city’s limits. The signs and hardware that were stolen/damaged are valued at $723.50.
Of the eight signs recovered, some were reportedly damaged, and six were re-used and set back in place.
At this time there are no suspects. Anyone with information should contact the Crime Stoppers’ tip line at (606) 878-2746 or the London Police Department at (606) 878-7004.