Park Looting

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State authorities say that looting of historical sites in the Southwest is on the rise. Two factors are behind the trend: Internet technology, which can help potential looters find artifacts and rock art, and the lack of national park personnel that can police sites. From Arizona Public Radio, Laurel Druley reports.



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