Sign Stolen from Fremont Building, and New Owner Wants It Back
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The Fremont Police are looking in to who may have stolen the Liberty Square Market sign on Main Street in Fremont.
According to their Facebook page, the sign was taken off the new owner's property over the past few days.
Maybe you know who took it? Or have some information about it? If so, please call the Fremont Police station at 603-895-2229.
The Facebook page for the Liberty Square Market, which hasn't been updated since 2014, describes the place as:
Your one-stop convenience shop located on Main Street in historic Fremont, New Hampshire. More than your typical convenience store - we offer a full deli, hot delicious dinners to go, pizza, and much more - all at great prices and served with a smile!
Too bad this place is closed because the food they described on their Facebook page sounds delicious! I am in Fremont a lot since I live in Raymond, it's not too far away. Many times, I will stop at the Fremont Pizza place, across the street from the Fremont Elementary School and that food is OFF THE HOOK. Especially their salads with steak on top. Super yummy! Their pizza is really great too, but, truth be told, I am not much of a pizza eater. Can you believe it? I know. Lots of people think that I'm an alien for not really liking pizza, but I tend to burn my mouth on pizza and it's not a great feeling. Plus, I feel like a complete whale after I'm done and I don't like that feeling either. There are certain types of pizza that I will make an exception for, but that's an article for another day.
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