GORST, Wash. - A 57-year-old tree was stolen from a nursery in Bremerton, the Kitsap Sun reported.
Officials at Elanden Gardens said the bonsai tree was valued at $20,000 and was taken from a large outdoor bonsai museum last weekend.
Bremerton police said one of the nursery’s owners reported the tree had been taken from its pot.
No other trees were not stolen from the nursery and police are currently investigating the incident.
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