Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times
May 11, 2010
"One day it was there, the next day it wasn't," said Linda Slater, spokeswoman for the Mojave National Preserve, where the cross stood for 76 years. "It was bolted directly to the rock, and the bolts were cut. Someone has that cross." See full story
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