Elvis has left the building - reward for return of six-foot singer to Devon fairground

A plea for the return of Elvis has been posted on social media. Credit: Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre

Staff at a heritage museum in Devon are on the hunt for a piece of Elvis Presley artwork that has gone missing.

Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre in Lifton shared a plea on social media and are offering a reward for its safe return.

A spokesperson said: "Although not old, it has cultural and artistic significance in the genre of Fairground Art" and its return would be "much appreciated".

It's unclear when the Elvis piece went missing, but staff said it has been gone for "quite some time".

They admitted he might not be the "most attractive" Elvis, but he's "unique" and much-loved at the museum.

The post has now been shared almost 100 times on Facebook.

Several angry users have suggested the six-foot piece has been stolen.

The Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre features more than 45,000 square feet of indoor displays, showcasing Fairground Art and Memorabilia.