Al Capone sign returned to museum

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    Owner Robert Raines stands beside the teenager who returned the sign Wednesday morning. (Photo Courtesy of Bobby Missile.)

    HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KTHV) -- Good news out of Hot Springs. The owner of the Gangster Museum says a stolen sign has been returned.

    Owner Robert Raines tells THV 11 News that someone was in the museum parking lot waiting for him to arrive so he could return the sign in person.

    The Al Capone sign was stolen April 29 from the front of the Gangster Museum.

    Surveillance video shows a group of four young men walking down Central Avenue. Two of them turn around as one walked to the corner of the building, while the other picked up the Al Capone sign sitting in front of The Gangster Museum and took off running.

    Raines told us Monday that he didn't want to start a police record for the kids, he just wanted the sign back.

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