Vandals Destroy Ancient Rock Formation

A group of ne'er-do-wells in England are being sought by police after  they tipped over a rock formation that had been in place since the Ice  Age. Located in North Yorkshire, the Brimham Rocks are a popular tourist  attraction that pre-date the dinosaurs and have survived all manner of  inclement weather for millions of years. However, the breathtaking and  rather sizeable pieces of sandstone were no match for a human element  known for its destructive nature: troublemaking teens.

According to an appeal for information by authorities in North Yorkshire say that a group of five young people  were spotted pushing on one of rocks at the site earlier this month.  Their intentional jostling of the rock led to it tumbling over a cliff,  damaging other rocks at the site, and subsequently smashing to pieces  when it ultimately landed on the ground. Police aptly described the  damaged rock as "irreplaceable" and noted that the miscreants put  themselves as well as others in danger with their misguided antics.

More on this unfortunate story at the Coast to Coast AM website.

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