Monolith was removed from the South Utah Desert by an ‘unknown party’


It was the now famous monolithic structure Found last week Helicopter crews at the Utah Public Safety Department during a large-scale sheep census in southeastern Utah Removed -But not by government officials.

Ricardo Marino and he went on a trip to the south of Moab and east of Canyonland National Park to post some photos. But when they arrived, it was not there.

Shortly before arriving there, Marino saw a truck laden in the opposite direction.

Marino and Van Meter also called someone “Bye B ****!” They saw him write. And a piece of art that many believed to be seen urinating in its original position.

A Reddit user He also found himself missing Saturday morning.

A Land Administration Bureau spokesman sent the following statement to KSTU:

We have received reports from the Land Administration (BLM) that the illegally installed monolithic structure has been vacated by unknown individuals. B.L.M. He did not remove the structure as private property. We do not investigate crimes involving private property hosted by the local sheriff’s office. The structure has received international and national attention, and we have received reports that a person or group removed it on the night of November 27th.

Additional Gob Visitors Looks like a pile of stones around the site of the old structure, and the remaining top piece.

This story was first published by Spencer Burt at KSTU.

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