A log cabin partly owned by a man named Ronald Niederbrach has been the source of a bizarre controversy in rural Oregon this week.
Niederbrach, who originally bought the property, reported it missing Tuesday, according to The Oregonian. That's right, he reported an entire 1,500-square-foot log cabin missing from this spot.
They found it Thursday morning. It was a mere 3,750 feet away from where Niederbracher lost it.
But despite the cabin being so close at hand, it would be hard to see in plain sight without excellent vision and a clear sky, Detective Eric Shepherd told The Oregonian.
So how did any of this happen? Basically, because of a love triangle.
It's likely a civil dispute, Shepherd said.
Niederbrach shared the property with then-girlfriend, Paulette Kallo, and her ex-husband, Miklos Kallo. All three share the title.
When Niederbrach and Kallo broke up, he moved out, though he was still a partial owner. Paulette and Miklos Kallo got back together.