Beatles' yellow submarine stolen from Liverpool church is found

Yellow submarine outside St Barnabas Church (picture courtesy of St Barnabas church)
Image caption The yellow submarine was on display to celebrate the church's Beatles weekend

A model of the Beatles' yellow submarine has been recovered, two weeks after it was stolen from outside a church on Penny Lane in Liverpool.

It was taken from St Barnabas Church, where Sir Paul McCartney used to be a choirboy, on 28 August.

The hardboard cut-out, 6ft (1.8m) by 5ft (1.5m), was on show during an annual celebration of the church's connection with the band.

It was returned by police after being found on Sinclair Drive on Sunday.

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