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Tuesday, July 29 2014 @ 02:39 AM EDT

Road Work Crew Stole Cannons From Fort San Lorenzo in Colon

History & Reference The authorities are close to the "unconscionable" people who stole two antique cannons from the Fort of San Lorenzo (Colon), a structure that is a World Heritage Site. This was announced on Tuesday by the director of Heritage of the National Institute of Culture (INAC), Sandra Cerrud, who said she is working on the recovery of these guns. Cerrud explained on TVN News that the suspects are people who were doing work on a road near the fort. She said the Directorate of Heritage was not notified that roadwork was going to be completed near the fort. But she said they have already obtained the work schedule and the company for which these people worked. "We are doing all of the logistics" to recover the guns, said the official. The fort of San Lorenzo, was declared, together with the fort of Portobelo, as a World Heritage Site in 1997. (Prensa)
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