The heist at the Teague-Ulmer Museum in Waldenburk is being named the biggest jewel theft in history and one of the great unsolved mysteries of the museum world.
Many theories have surfaced as to where the stolen jewels have been hidden, but investigators have still not retrieved them. New evidence has recently revealed itself and the authorities need your help to find the stolen jewels. Watch the video to learn more.
From July 11 to August 11, find clues to track down the stolen jewels. Once you have found the jewels, return them to the vault using the hidden code changed by the thieves.
In exchange for your investigative help, you will be rewarded with four new souvenirs.
Here’s what we know so far: Two thieves gained entry to the museum. They left behind footprints, fingerprints, and their shadows were caught by a security camera inside the museum. After eighty-one minutes, they left the museum with fifteen priceless jewels including sapphires, rubies, emeralds, topaz, and diamonds. Local authorities are now asking for the community’s help to solve the Mystery at the Museum. Are you up for the challenge?
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