Art designation stolen and vandalized during Las Vegas intersection


A new art arrangement in a Las Vegas hollow has been vandalized and stolen, only days after a installation.

Clark County reliable on their Twitter page Sunday dusk that a square was vandalized, observant a art designation during a Decatur and Flamingo intersection had a lion stolen and “alligators” vandalized.

The county has filed a military news in tie with a incident.

The piece, called “Night Eyes” by artist Chris Bauder was a partial of art installations popping adult during intersections around a hollow and featured a golden lion surrounded by 7 pinkish crocodiles.

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