Muncie antique mall opens to let people get prized possessions

MUNCIE, Ind. -- People were able to get their prized possessions back from an antique mall in Muncie, a month after the owner of the mall locked its doors with no notice.

This was the first time in weeks they were allowed inside after Call 6 Investigates reached out to the owner of the Off-Broadway Antique Mall, located on the 2400 block of Dr. MLK Jr. Drive in Muncie, Virginia Randall. 

She kept her word, unlocking the doors and letting people get furniture, clothing, and collectibles they can now sell somewhere else.

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Dozens of people, from moms to veterans, brought boxes, trucks, friends and family to recover items from their booths inside the mall. 

Rudy Law was able to get his prized possession back -- the bike he thought he'd never see again.

"Yep. I got it back," Law said. "That is one is kinda special to me. I did the paint on it and everything, I love motorcycles."

For many, the money made inside the mall helped pay bills or was extra cash for their 
families.

The antique mall is letting people remove their items Friday and Saturday.

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