Police Investigate Theft On Indiana Jones Set

Police have been called to the set of the new INDIANA JONES movie following the theft of computers and photographs. Crew members noticed the items were missing on Monday (01Oct07) and immediately alerted director Steven Spielberg. The movie mogul's publicists have confirmed the theft but refused to comment further because "a law enforcement investigation is ongoing". The latest setback comes a week after film extra Tyler Nelson breached a confidentiality agreement and revealed plot details about the new film, Indiana Jones + The Kingdom Of The Skull, to a reporter on his local paper in Oklahoma.




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