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Posted: 26 Jan 2013 | 6:00 am
Legendary New York hotel the Waldorf Astoria made headlines recently when it offered a unique amnesty program to guests to return stolen items.
The 130 year old property has tapped into social media such as Facebook and to date had remarkable results.
Pilfered hotel goods can be returned on a no name basis.
Items such as silverware which date back to the 1920's have landed back to legacy property and will be displayed in the hotel's lobby.
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