Arc of History crime strikes a public nerve

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Arc of History crime strikes a public nerve

Even if they didn’t like it, many condemn the act
The Arc of History at the intersection of U.S. Highways 550/160 was vandalized earlier this week. Police did not have any suspects as of Thursday afternoon.
Vandals are suspected of using a rock pick or pick ax to break apart the rocks that make up the Arc of History at the intersection of U.S. Highways 550/160.
Maureen May, an artist whose work shows at Studio &, created a flag from a T-shirt to mourn the destruction of the Arc of History. She hung the flag outside the art studio Thursday.

Arc of History crime strikes a public nerve

The Arc of History at the intersection of U.S. Highways 550/160 was vandalized earlier this week. Police did not have any suspects as of Thursday afternoon.
Vandals are suspected of using a rock pick or pick ax to break apart the rocks that make up the Arc of History at the intersection of U.S. Highways 550/160.
Maureen May, an artist whose work shows at Studio &, created a flag from a T-shirt to mourn the destruction of the Arc of History. She hung the flag outside the art studio Thursday.
To report information

The Durango Police Department is asking anyone with possible information on the destruction of the Arc of History to call Officer Dave Smith at 375-4777, extension 8131, or CrimeStoppers at 247-1112.

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