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Clay Museum caper continues with an upside for the Clay Capital of the World
Stolen folk art from Uhrichsville museum turns up at church; 10 pieces remain missing
by WKSU's AMANDA RABINOWITZ


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Amanda Rabinowitz
 
A small museum dedicated to the self-proclaimed Clay Capital of the World in southern Tuscarawas County is getting a lot of national attention. That's because someone stole its prized artifacts. After bringing in a state homicide detective, most of the clay folk art turned up. Now, the one-room Clay Museum has launched a grand re-opening, is adding more artifacts and planning a move to a larger building across town. And, as WKSU's Amanda Rabinowitz reports, the detective is still on the trail of the remaining artifacts.
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Clay Museum photos at Ohio Attorney General's website

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