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An anonymous tip has led to the recovery of five Native American petroglyph panels cut out from a major rock art site on the Volcanic Tableland north of Bishop, California in late 2012.

"We got all five of the panels back," David Christy, a spokesperson for Bureau of Land Management (BLM), told OldWestNewWest.com Travel & History Magazine on Feb. 1, 2013. "Our folks got the anonymous tip, and we went out and got them."
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Reward money is being offered to help find the vandals who damaged or destroyed irreplaceable Native American petroglyph panels at a major rock art site on the Volcanic Tableland north of Bishop, California.

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Bishop Field Office and the Bishop Paiute Tribe are offering $2,000 in reward money, $1,000 each, for information leading to the arrest/conviction of the responsible individuals.
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