ACT Policing is appealing for witnesses to the theft of a dinosaur statue from Gold Creek, Nicholls, on Thursday night (March 21).
Sometime between 5.30pm on Thursday (March 21) and 9am on Friday (March 22) the fibreglass dinosaur statue from the front of the National Dinosaur Museum, Gold Creek Road, was stolen.
The missing statue is of a Utahraptor, brown in colour with dark stripes. The statue is 1.6 metres tall and 3 metres long.
Anyone who may have witnessed the theft, knows the whereabouts of the statue, or has any information which may assist police is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or via www.act.crimestoppers.com.au. Information can be provided anonymously.
This fight was a real fight that was recorded in bones! The Utahraptor was attacking such a armed dinosaur cause it was about to die by lack of food during a drought. And in the end both animals died, the gastonia died by it’s wounds that utahraptor infect on it’s belly and legs. And the gastonia died only 10 feet away after walking from the died utahraptor.