Southwest States Offer Amnesty to Artifact Thieves In a bid to reclaim stolen Native American artifacts -- especially sacred items -- officials in Colorado, Arizona, Utah and New Mexico are trying a new tack. They're offering looters amnesty. So far the effort has produced limited success. Mark Brodie of member station KJZZ reports.
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Southwest States Offer Amnesty to Artifact Thieves

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In a bid to reclaim stolen Native American artifacts — especially sacred items — officials in Colorado, Arizona, Utah and New Mexico are trying a new tack. They're offering looters amnesty. So far the effort has produced limited success. Mark Brodie of member station KJZZ reports.