120 stolen artifacts returned to Polish museum in Chicago
June 20, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- The FBI will announce the return of more than 120 stolen artifacts to the Polish Museum of America in Chicago.
The items disappeared from the museum in the 900-block of North Milwaukee Avenue decades ago.
The artifacts include rare 18th and 19th century documents, prints and sketches.
Also stolen were military medals and World War II-era propaganda.
The FBI says the items are valued at $5 million. They were recovered from a home in Chicago in 2011.
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