UK police cost two males with felling historic Sycamore Gap tree | EUROtoday

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LONDON — More than 200 days after an outdated and beloved sycamore close to Hadrian’s Wall was lower down in an in a single day act of vandalism, British police introduced they’ve charged two males within the crime.

The males have been named Tuesday by the Crown Prosecution Service as Daniel Graham, 38, and Adam Carruthers, 31, each from the Carlisle space of northwest England, not removed from the place the tree stood in Northumberland. Both face costs of felony harm to the tree.