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A man has been arrested after police foiled an attempt to steal a statue of comedian Eric Morecambe.

Officers were called to Marine Road Central in Morecambe at around midday following reports the effigy had been damaged.

Lancashire Constabulary say they believe someone attempted to cut through one of the statue s legs.

The monument has now been removed by the council and the area has been fenced off.

Sgt John Bond said: We are in the early stages of our investigation and I would urge anyone who may have seen what happened or has any information to get in touch with police.

A 32-year-old man from Morecambe has been arrested on suspicion of attempted theft and remains in custody.

The bronze figure was unveiled on the promenade by the Queen in July 1999 and was joined by Morecambe s widow, Joan, and his children, Gary, Gail and Steven.

It took sculptor Graham Ibbeson six years to complete and featured some of the comedian s famous sayings.

Born John Eric Bartholomew, he was born in Morecambe in 1926 and used his home town for his stage surname.

He died on 28 May, 1984 after collapsing on stage with a heart attack.

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