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The Region

January 14, 1987

Silver bullets, a silver buckle, two revolvers and holsters reported missing by television's Lone Ranger, Clayton Moore, have been located and will be returned, according to Beaumont, Tex., attorney Lum Hawthorn, who said the gear had been purchased by a collector who did not realize it belonged to the actor. "We've had a lot of fun with them in the office," Hawthorn said. "Everybody's been strapping them on and playing like the Lone Ranger." Moore of Calabasas said the gear was packed in a bag that was misplaced by an airline on a Christmas Eve flight from Houston to Los Angeles. Hawthorn said the collector, who wished to remain anonymous, asked him to return the items as soon as he discovered Moore was looking for them.

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