A $1,000 reward is being offered by Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials for the recent theft at a cabin in the Elkmont Historic District. The theft was an antique window from a historic cabin and it was discovered in January of this year. A sentence of up to 6 months in jail and or a fine up to $5,000 would be possible. It is against the law to disturb or deface natural and historic resources within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park or any National Park. The stolen antique window was from the former summer home of a Knoxville glass maker. The window had an intricate and unusual design. The entire 3 feet x 12 feet glass window is missing from the frame which includes 34 individual glass panes, each measuring 4 inches x 4 inches. Anyone with any information is asked to call the tip hotline at 865-436-1580.
See the Elkmont Historic District Cabins