Police: Torah stolen from Las Vegas convention room recovered
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Torah that was reported stolen in June from a convention room has been recovered and returned to its owner, according to police.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police detectives said the owner had left his ancient artifact inside of a convention room that had been converted into a Synagogue on June 8.
Police said the Torah was taken four days later during a grand larceny at a hotel property.
The Torah was returned to the owner Friday.
Police said they have a description of a possible suspect in the theft, but no arrests have been made and the case remains under investigation.
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