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For Return Of Stolen Items, N.Y. Hotel Offers Amnesty

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Did one of those little demitasse spoons somehow end up in your purse when you returned home from the Waldorf Astoria? Conscience getting the best of you? Not to worry: the hotel is offering an "amnesty program" for the return of hotel property, and they hope there'll be some interesting stories of hotel lore in return. Weekend Edition host Rachel Martin speaks with the Waldorf's director of sales and marketing Matt Zolbe.
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