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    Magnolia, Arkansas (AP)

    The FBI is asking for the public’s help in the investigation of a 2006 theft of Caddo artifacts from a state office at Southern Arkansas University.

    William C. Temple, special agent in charge at the FBI’s Little Rock office, asked that anyone with information that would help locate the ancient artifacts call the FBI office or local police.

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