9/11 memorial by Concho River destroyed; World Trade Center steel stolen

Staff of the Standard Times report that the San Angelo, Texas September 11th memorial has been destroyed by vandals and its World Trade Center steel has been stolen.

The monument, which stood near Celebration Bridge on the Concho River and the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, was one of the few Texas memorials that had a piece of steel from the World Trade Center,

Anyone with information about the stolen steel or the vandal is asked  to contact police at 325-481-2718. T speak anonymously, click here, text TIP SAPD to 888777 or call the 24-hour tip hotline at 1-855-847-7247.

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