A South Molton bus stop may now be one of the most valuable in the county after street art, possibly by famous artist Banksy, is found inside.
The bus stop on the B3227 near the Mill on the Mole Residential Park has graffiti depicting a police officer painting out a love heart and a peace sign.
The Bristol based artist is famous for his contempt for the establishment.
London zoo was paid a visit by Banksy, who scaled the fence to the penguin enclosure and wrote in seven foot high letters "We're bored of fish".
In Torquay the Grosvenor hotel was paid a visit by Banksy in 2010.
The artwork depicting a robot and a man with a robot head is estimated to have increased the hotel's worth by £150,000.
Mill on the Mole manager Steven Antram said:"It's a really good drawing, very clever.
"It's been there for a while and several people have told me how much they like it.
"You either love graffiti or you hate it."
The Journal has contacted Banksy's PR team to authenticate the artwork.
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