SPECTATORS are now being asked to stay away from Sycamore Gap in Northumberland after the famous tree was cut down.
On Thursday night, one of Britain’s most famous trees, the Sycamore Gap, was brutally felled.
The park administration suspects that the 300-year-old landmark in England was cut down in what it described as “brutal vandalism” during the night.
The tree is the most photographed tree in Britain, according to Daily Mail.
according to BBC Hundreds have visited the famous landmark in recent days.
Now people are being asked to stay where they are Out of place While a number of agencies are working to evaluate the fallen tree using seeds and cuttings.
Police launched an investigation, and according to British media, a 16-year-old boy was arrested shortly after the tree was cut down. He was later released on bail.
A man in his 60s was arrested on Friday.
Among other things, the tree appeared in the famous film “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves”, with Hollywood stars Kevin Costner and Morgan Freeman.
Several local pubs and businesses have recently joined forces and are now offering £2,000 worth of beer to anyone who can provide information to police leading to an arrest.
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