Right after the 2012 Super Bowl, someone stole a community sign in West Towson.

Three years later, the sign has turned up — leaning up against a trash receptacle in an apartment complex where many of the renters are Towson University students.

“We’re very excited to have it back and amazed that it’s in such good condition,” said Carrie Cronin, president of the West Towson Neighborhood Association. She said the large sign used to stand at the intersection of Allegheny and Central avenues.”

It was basically a gateway sign” into the neighborhood, she said.

The sign was one of two stolen around that time, said Joshua Glikin, a past president of the association. One was later found in a patch of woods off Joppa Road, near the Colony Apartments and Kenilworth Mall, Glikin said.

Source: West Towson’s long-lost community sign turns up at apartment complex – Baltimore Sun