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Act of vandalism in amphitheater in Wales

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Roman Amphitheater in Caerleon
Roman amphitheater in Caerleon | Photo: Mark Lewis

In late August, there was an act of vandalism on the ruins of the Roman amphitheatre in Caerleon (Wales). Graffiti was discovered on the stone, which is another illegal and punishable destruction of the monument. The police are looking for the perpetrators.

Earlier this year, police-reported several cases of stone elements being removed from the structure and scattered around the area.

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