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Suspects sought over ‘archeological theft’ at Canyonland National Park in Utah

The National Park Service (NPS) is asking for the public’s help in tracking down a couple who allegedly stole artifacts from Utah’s Canyonland National Park.

in press releaseOn March 23, the couple entered Cave Spring Cowboy Camp in the Needles section of the park and entered a restricted area of ​​the camp to remove artifacts from a cabinet, authorities said.

NPS said the couple “handled the historic harness in a manner that could cause damage.”

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Law enforcement park rangers at Utah’s Canyonlands National Park are asking for information from the public to help identify a suspect involved in an “archaeological theft” incident at Cave Spring Cowboy Camp. (National Park Service)

NPS said these parks are “some of our most special, cherished and protected areas.”

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“National Parks are some of our nation’s most special, cherished and protected areas. All who visit our National Parks are committed to protecting their natural and cultural resources for this and future generations. are expected to follow park laws and regulations and practice Leave No Trace principles to minimize impacts on park lands,” NPS said in a statement Wednesday.

Two thief suspects in the cave

The suspects allegedly entered a restricted area and removed artifacts from a cabinet. (National Park Service)

Park officials are appealing for information from anyone who was in the area or who can help identify the suspect.

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