A new graffiti street art piece, suspected of being a Banksy, appeared in, Cheltenham England Monday April 14, 2014.(AP Photo/Ben Birchall/PA)
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The piece dubbed "Mobile Lovers" was found at the weekend on a wooden plank that had been screwed onto a boarded-up doorway in Bristol, western England.Members of a youth club discovered the artwork near their building amid a search sparked when an image of the piece appeared on Banksy's internet site, with no indication of its location.After a meeting with police, Stinchcombe handed the artwork over to the authorities, who now plan to display it at a gallery in the city over the Easter weekend.The artwork was discovered days after another possible Banksy work depicting three secret agents in trenchcoats listening to a phone booth was discovered in the nearby town of Cheltenham, home to Britain's electronic eavesdropping agency GCHQ.
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