BLM Searching For Vandals Who Spray Painted Archaeological Site
ST. GEORGE, Utah – The Bureau of Land Management is looking for the person or people responsible for vandalizing a popular archaeological site in southern Utah.
The Shinob Kibe, a sacred site to local Paiute Indians, was spray painted with the words “Dog Town,” a derogatory nickname for Washington City.
The BLM is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Archaeological Resources Protection Act hotline at 8011-227-7286. Callers can choose to remain anonymous.
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