Russell Crowe has been left outraged after eight shields from a Robin Hood prop he gifted to a Scottish tourist attraction were stolen. The actor gave the $90,000 (£60,000) battering ram, which formed part of a set used in his 2010 film, to the Duncarron Medieval Village, a Middle Ages recreation which was built by volunteers. The prop was vandalised earlier this month (Sep13) when its shields and 12 pushing arms were taken by thieves, and the Gladiator star told staff at the attraction of his fury. Site manager, Malin Heen-Allan tells Britain's Daily Record, "He phoned my husband Charlie. He thought it was really upsetting, it was gifted to us as we'd use it for education." Crowe has also mentioned the incident in a post on his Twitter.com page, sharing a link to a story about the theft and adding, "Thieves wreck new tourist attraction at Duncarron Fort." Anyone with any information about the missing items is urged to contact local police.