By: KDKA-TV News Staff
WASHINGTON COUNTY (KDKA) – The last intact piece of the Elrama Tavern was returned to the owners overnight.
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The tavern, which has existed for over 70 years, was completely destroyed in a fire on Thursday, only the tavern sign survived the flames.
On Saturday, the owners took to Facebook to ask the community for help after their sign was stolen from the premises.
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However, the sign was recovered overnight and is now back in the hands of the owners.
Since it was sawed off, they say they won’t be sending it back for now.
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They thanked everyone who helped find the sign.
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