The mysterious Dalek found last week
in an Exeter, England elementary school has found a foster home with John Hadlow, proprietor of a film and TV memorabilia shop in the area. Apparently the Dalek will eventually be donated to charity. From This Is Exeter:
Mr Hadlow said: "I felt so sorry for him being stuck in a school cupboard so I've brought him to the shop and he is stood next to the other Dalek.
"Abandoned Dalek given new home"
"He is also going to have a bit of a refurb and be tidied up.
"No one has come forward to claim him since the appeal in the Echo so we can only assume he was dumped."
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