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Another suspect arrested in the Robin Hood case

Another suspect arrested in the Robin Hood case

The tree was cut down

The hunt for Robin Hood saboteurs continues

Police have arrested a second suspect after the illegal felling of a popular tree in northern England.


Drone footage shows the felled ‘Robin Hood Tree’ at Once Broyd (Northumberland).

  • The tree was deliberately cut down, according to what the responsible authority explained.

  • A 16-year-old youth has already been arrested.

  • Now someone else comes.

The person arrested in the case of a felled Robin Hood tree was a man aged between 60 and 70, police in Northumbria said on Friday evening. It was before A 16-year-old youth has already been arrested Who was later released on bail.

The sycamore maple tree, nestled between two hills next to the ruins of ancient Hadrian’s Wall in northern England, was a photo opportunity. Gaining worldwide fame through a scene in the 1991 film “Robin Hood – King of Thieves” with Kevin Costner and Morgan Freeman, Hadrian’s Wall was built by the Romans to protect the province of Britain from invasions from the north, similar to the Lyme Wall. In Germany today.

The pub offers a reward

Unknown persons felled the century-old tree on Thursday evening. Many people were horrified. According to what was reported by Sky News, he promised Pub nearby even free food A value of 2,000 pounds sterling (equivalent to 2,300 euros) will be given to anyone who provides information leading to the arrest and trial of those involved.

Chief Inspector Rebecca Finney Menzies, of Northumbria Police, said: “The senseless destruction of what is undoubtedly a world-famous landmark – and a local treasure – has rightly caused shock, horror and outrage throughout the North East and beyond.”

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