Museums: Warehouses of stolen loot

Museums are one of the most popular places people visit to learn about history. Unfortunately, they also serve as warehouses for a large amount of stolen loot. As museums continue to collect more and more items, they risk becoming a target for thieves with big pockets looking to make a quick buck.

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  • Talk about robbery and theft.
  • Use words related to museums and theft.
  • Discuss whether museums should return their items.

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