Cowbell Brewery and the Blyth Festival theatre are making Blyth a tourist destination, including people who allegedly want to take a piece of the community home with them.
According to Huron OPP, one of the big draws in Blyth this summer, is the village's street signs.
Investigators say five of the uniquely designed markers have disappeared over the past few weeks.
Police say signs have vanished from the intersections of McConnell and Morris Streets, Morris and Dinsley Streets, Dinsley and Ann Streets, Queen and Drummond Streets, and Queen and King Streets.
OPP warn that if you're caught with one, you face a Criminal Code charge of possession of stolen property, which is a high price to pay for a lark.