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Calls for return of Loughborough's knitted tributes

People are calling for the return of a giant knitted sock in Ukrainian colours which was taken from a statue.

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A statue known as "Sockman" in Loughborough, Leicestershire, was decorated over the weekend but the knitted items were taken hours later.

Polish Community Centre president Gosia Khrais said she was disappointed the sock and a Polish flag hat had been removed.

The council said it was proud of the support for the people of Ukraine

The popular bronze statue - which depicts a sock-wearing figure to represent the town's hosiery-making heritage - was the site of an event on Saturday to show support for the people of Ukraine.

Ms Khrais, who organised the knitting of the items, said a "Stop War" sign placed on the statue also disappeared.

She said although the group had half expected them to be removed, she would love them to be returned.

"It would really nice if they could drop them off anywhere by the Sockman, by the town hall or in any of the shops in the high street," she said.

She said: "Everyone feels very emotional about what has happened and supporting refugees.