FBI agents are continuing their investigation and are still removing thousands of Native American, Chinese and other artifacts from a Rush county Indiana home. 91-year-old Donald Miller had a vast collection of artifacts that he amassed over the past 60 years.
Officials say that the collection was worthy of a museum.
Some items were obtained legally while others may have been obtained illegally.
Items range from Ming Dynasty jade to shrunken heads and a 60-foot-long anaconda skin.
Federal authorities say their aim is to return the items to their original homes across the world, but right now they have to determine which items he obtained legally and which ones he did not.