Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a secure research cell in Site-19. A motion sensing alarm is to be active within the cell except during testing in order to prevent unauthorized use of SCP-XXXX. Security personnel are to check that the alarm is working properly at least two times per week.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a clear glass display case measuring approximately 1 meter tall, 1 meter wide, and with a depth of 30 centimeters. The display case has 3 glass shelves, not including its top or bottom, each spaced 25 centimeters apart. When a figurine representing a living organism of any kind is placed inside of SCP-XXXX and the SCP is left completely unobserved for at least 24 hours, the figurine will be removed from SCP-XXXX by unknown means and an organism, hereby SCP-XXXX-1, that closely resembles the figurine will manifest inside of SCP-XXXX. SCP-XXXX-1 will be approximately the same size as the figurine it replaced.

SCP-XXXX was first discovered in ███ ████, ███████. During a routine patrol, a police officer heard a voice inside ████████ Gaming and Miniature Store, and went to investigate. According to municipal records, the store had been closed since 200█. Undercover agents administered Class-A amnesics to the discovering officer and secured both SCP-XXXX and SCP-XXXX-1-1, which was inside of SCP-XXXX at the time of discovery. Investigators later found that a building across the street from the store removed a security camera 34 hours before SCP-XXXX was discovered. Analysis of the security camera's recordings found that a reflection of SCP-XXXX, with an unidentifiable object inside of it, is visible for the duration of available recordings.

SCP-XXXX-1-1 expired of heart failure before it could be taken into Foundation custody. DNA analysis identified SCP-XXXX-1-1 as genetically identical to Adam █████, who passed away in his sleep the day that SCP-XXXX-1-1 was discovered. Further investigation uncovered that Mr. █████ served in the United States Army during World War II, and that a photograph of his platoon was used as inspiration for ███████-brand "WWII American Infantry" miniature soldiers.