Cross stolen from Caylee Anthony memorial site -- again

Fourth cross since 2011 stolen

ORLANDO, Fla. – A newly-built tribute to Caylee Anthony that was recently delivered to Orange County has been stolen -- again.

A Sarasota man made a fourth handmade cross after the previous ones were stolen from the spot where her body was found. The fourth one, which was delivered Saturday, was stolen

Wally Goodnough put the first cross up for the toddler in 2011. However, that cross was stolen, as well as three replacements. 

Goodnough built the fourth cross to replace the previously stolen tribute. He delivered it to the memorial site along Suburban Drive Saturday. 

Anthony's body was found in some woods in 2008, months after she disappeared. 

The 2-year-old's mother, Casey Anthony, was found not guilty of murdering her during a 2011 trial. 







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