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Thieves target WW2 Italian chapel

Thieves have stolen artefacts from Orkney's Italian Chapel.

Three wooden plaques have been removed from the nissen hut which was converted into a place of worship by prisoners of war during World War Two.

BBC Scotland's Fionn MacArthur reports from the Orkney Island of Lambholm.

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