WAGONER, Okla. — The City of Wagoner is looking for help finding the top of their Christmas tree after losing it while setting up on Monday.
The tree is traditionally the centerpiece of the city's light show every year.
The city says that their crew loaded the tree onto a trailer at their warehouse and left by pulling out onto Cherokee, heading eastbound toward Main. They turned south onto Main Street then circled back to head north and stop in front of the light show setup.
At that point, the crew realized that at some point in the five blocks they traveled that they'd lost the top of the tree from the trailer.
The city says the crew immediately went searching for the missing piece but came up empty.
The light show is scheduled for Nov. 23 at 6 p.m.
Anyone who found the tree top is asked to return it to the City of Wagoner.
- Julius Jones death sentence commuted, will serve life in prison
- DOWNLOAD the 2 News Oklahoma app for alerts
- Saint Francis Health System working to comply with federal vaccine mandates
- FOLLOW 2 News Oklahoma on Facebook
- Family remembers 22-year-old Tulsa woman killed in car
Stay in touch with us anytime, anywhere --