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Attleboro officials say an anonymous donor has come forward to help pay for the replacement of five metal plaques in honor of the city's Veterans.
The plaques were stolen in December, and police believe they were sold as scrap.
Veteran agent Carl Bradshaw told The Sun that a City veteran who did not want to be named donated $6,000 out of the $11,000 spent on buying a new plaque.
The rest is covered by insurance companies.
A plaque commemorating the eight city residents killed in the Vietnam War has been replaced.
Bradshaw said other people-including a 31-inch by 53-
World War II veterans working in jeweler Balfour Co. Inch Memorial list--
Memorial Day is expected to be replaced on May 31.
No one was arrested. ------