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November 21 2012
Saw-wielding thieves have stolen a series of ancient carvings from a California cliff side.
At least four of the carvings, known as petroglyphs, were taken over a period of several hours, US officials said, with others badly defaced.
The petroglyphs are thought to have survived for thousands of years at the desert site near Bishop, California.
Petroglyphs, or rock engravings, are created by removing the surface layer of rocks to reveal the colours below.
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