A sculpture looted from a London church during the Blitz is to be returned to its former home. The bust of Dr Peter Turner, an eminent physician and botanist, was taken from St Olaves in the City of London on 17 April 1941. The sculpture, dating from 1614, was recovered by a curator at the Museum of London, who found out about an upcoming auction listing the statue in 2010. The Art Loss Register investigated and the bust was removed from the sale. The bust, worth an estimated 70,000, was traced back to several owners across Europe, including one in the Netherlands.BBC