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Rare Items Stolen From World's Largest Star Wars Collection


The biggest collection of Star Wars merchandise on the planet is known as Rancho Obi-Wan. Rancho has revealed that at least 100 rare and unique items have been stolen from its collection. This is no joke as the items are valued in the range of hundreds of thousands of dollars. President and CEO of the nonprofit Rancho Obi-Wan, Steve Sansweet, revealed the news on the organization's website earlier this week.

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