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Police: Power tool used to vandalize ‘America’s Stonehenge’

October 03, 2019 03:01 PM

SALEM, N.H. (AP) - Police in New Hampshire say it appears someone used a power tool to vandalize a stone at group of rock configurations called Americaâ??s Stonehenge.

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The vandalism was reported to the Salem police Sunday by the propertyâ??s owners. The stone was knocked over.

Police also said an 18-inch (45.7-centimeter) wooden cross was suspended between two trees, and several photos and hand-drawn images were attached to it. Police havenâ??t identified anyone in the photos.

They believe the person or persons involved were trying to reenact a scene in a fictional book that features Americaâ??s Stonehenge.

Americaâ??s Stonehenge, which features cave-like, granite enclosures, has drawn believers who say it's a thousand or more years old, and skeptics who say the evidence suggests it was the work of a 19th century shoemaker.

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Information from: WMUR-TV, http://wmur.com

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