Wooden Relic Thought by Some to Be Holy Grail Recovered a Year After It Was Stolen

From Sam Matthew writing at The Daily Mail:

A wooden relic that is thought by some to be the Holy Grail has been found by police almost a year after it was stolen.

West Mercia Police said they had tracked down the Nanteos Cup and has now returned the priceless chalice to its rightful owners.

Officers were forced to join the search for the priceless medieval artefact after it was the only item stolen in a raid on a remote country house in Weston Under Penyard near Ross-on-Wye in Herefordshire, in July last year.

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