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"The Mandalorian government has reported the theft of a suit of Mandalorian armor from the Sundari Peace Museum three days ago, the same day a MandalMotors Pursuer-class enforcement ship went missing from the Sundari shipping docks."
HoloNet News report[src]

The Sundari Peace Museum was a museum[1] located on the Outer Rim world[2] of Mandalore. Nestled within the New Mandalorian capital city of Sundari, the Peace Museum housed―among other attractions―a display case containing a suit of Mandalorian armor.[1]

During the early days the Clone Wars, the Peace Museum was burglarized, resulting in the loss of a suit of Mandalorian armor the institution had been exhibiting. That same day, a MandalMotors Pursuer-class enforcement ship went missing from the shipping docks of Sundari. The Mandalorian Guard was called to the scene shortly after, and an investigation by Mandalorian authorities determined that the theft of both the museum's armor and the missing enforcement vessel were perpetrated by a Corellian bounty hunter named Ranno Task. Three days after the robbery, Task's remains were discovered and positively identified on the planet Vaced.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

The Sundari Peace Museum was first introduced to the Star Wars universe in the fourth entry in The Clone Wars: Secret Missions young reader novel series. Entitled Guardians of the Chiss Key, the novel was written by author Ryder Windham and published on March 15, 2012.

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