A man allegedly stole a dinosaur sculpture from a souvenir store on Route 66 in Oklahoma. While the suspect now faces charges, the question of where the dinosaur went remains.
The same man was also caught on footage vandalizing and stealing several copper plaques belonging to the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Shore News Network reported.
He also allegedly removed copper tubing from air conditioning units at a church, which was hit with $10,000 in damages, according to Shore News Network.
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On Jan. 31, police arrested Bob Morton, and he allegedly confessed to some of the crimes, Shore News Network reported.
Morton has been charged with malicious injury or destruction of property, petit larceny, malicious injury to property, grand larceny and other charges, according to Shore News Network.
The missing dinosaur statue has not yet been recovered, Shore News Network reported.
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