Wild Bunch letter underscores problem
The AP Takes A Look at historic documents that are turning up stolen. They say experts are calling this a widespread national problem.
"Documents used to be the least sexy thing among cultural objects for thieves to steal, but not anymore," Nevada State Archivist Guy Rocha said.
While the scope of the problem is difficult to assess due to a lack of government statistics, many historians, librarians and dealers think the thefts are on the rise because of the soaring value of such rare documents.