Banksy has apparently been caught on camera installing his latest creation in Bristol. CCTV cameras set up to deter graffiti artists filmed two people dressed as workmen unloading kit from the back of a white van in the early hours of Sunday morning, 

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The footage captured by Bristol's Broad Plain and Riverside Youth Project, which recently announced it plans to sell Banksy's 'Mobile Lovers' piece, which appeared on the outside of their building. Youth leader Dennis Stinchcombe said he hoped to raise around $100,000 for the struggling Boys' club in Bristol. 

Last week, a Banksy mural was discovered on a wall behind a telephone box in Cheltenham. Local residents said they spotted men unloading equipment and materials from a van in the early hours but no photographs were taken. The graffiti shows 1950s style spies huddling around the telephone box with wiretapping devices. 

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Resident Karen Smith, 48, lives in the house next to the artwork but won't profit from it because she rents from a private landlord.

She said: "I think it is pretty amazing. I heard male voices outside in the early hours but it wasn't till I saw the tarpaulin screen at about 7.30am I thought anything of it.

"I thought it might be something to do with the police, like when a crime happens.

 When I came out I saw people staring at it and asked them what they were looking at.

"There was also a van with writing all over it where they were putting the screens in."

Earlier this year, Banksy's 'Girl with Red Balloon' was chainsawed off a wall in Shoreditch, east London.

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