One arrested for theft of Walnut logs near Siloam Springs

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January 31, 2020 - Missouri, United States

A man from West Plains was arrested for an alleged connection to the theft of Walnut logs from the Mark Twain National Forest near Forest Service Road 764 near Siloam Springs. The Walnut timber theft occurred around October 2019. An investigation reportedly found that the suspect sold logs to a Walnut lumber company in Willow Springs. One of the logs reportedly matched the cross section of a stump on US Forest Service land.

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