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BLM offers reward in illegal trash dumping case

BLM offers reward in illegal trash dumping case

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SALT LAKE CITY -- Investigators with the Bureau of Land Management are looking for the person or people who dumped numerous televisions and computer parts in the west desert.

According to the Salt Lake Tribune, someone dumped those items -- along with some furniture -- in the Timpie Point area of Skull Valley in Tooele County. Because of the size and amount of items, officials said it was likely more than one vehicle was involved.

Television and computer monitors pose health and environmental hazards if not properly disposed.

The BLM is offering a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible.

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