FBI pulls out of Rush County home

(WISH Photo/Chopper 8)
(WISH Photo/Chopper 8)

RUSH COUNTY, Ind. (Shelbyville News) – The FBI tells 24-Hour News 8’s news gathering partner, The Shelbyville News, that agents have left the scene of a Rush County home.

Tuesday morning, crews left the scene one week after searching for and confiscating several Native American and other artifacts and relics from a collection at Donald C. Miller’s home in Rush County.

“We’ve cleared the scene, and we are now in the process of analyzing what we have. We cannot say where the items are housed, but I can say that the process will takes weeks, months, maybe years,” Special Agent Wendy Osborne said, adding she could not say what, if anything, Miller was able to keep in his possession.

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