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Ranch will allow more filming despite 'Maze Runner' flap

Ranch will allow more filming despite 'Maze Runner' flap

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The manager of a private New Mexico ranch says he will continue to let movie productions film at the site despite a recent flap over American Indian artifacts.

Diamond Tail Ranch manager Roch Hart told the Associated Press he's happy a 20th Century Fox investigation found that the cast from "Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials" didn't take any ancient items from the ranch.

The film's star, Dylan O'Brien, had suggested during an interview that artifacts were taken.

Hart says actors did not leave designated areas and the ranch isn't missing any artifacts.

But he says the case has convinced the ranch to impose stricter guidelines for future productions.— AP

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