Authorities seek help locating stolen Native American items

SALINA, Kan. (AP) — Authorities are seeking help finding several Native American pieces that were stolen during a residential burglary near Salina.

The Saline County Sheriff's Office released photos Friday of several of the items that were taken during the May heist in an effort to locate them. The items include a hand-carved Malaysian mask, a moose jaw dream catcher, a beaver fur shield with a feather and a dance stick made from a hawk’s leg with a talon.

KSNW reports that the total loss is estimated at nearly $15,000.

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