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Riverina Police District investigate Yarrangobilly Caves damage
Polcie are on the hunt for the vandals who broke in and damaged the treasured, 440 million-year-old Yarrangobilly Caves near Tumut.

On Saturday, officers from Riverina Police District began their investigation after reports of damage inside a cave within Kosciuszko National Park. 

Investigators have been told between October 17 and 23, Jillabenan Cave which forms a part of the Yarrangobilly Caves was broken into and the stalactites and speleothems (straws) inside the cave were damaged.


A NSW Police statement said a padlock securing the doorway into the cave was removed, and the power distribution board was also damaged
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Posted on: October 26, 2021, 7:22 pm
Post ID: 847

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