Not an immigration law question.
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This has elements of criminal law and/or tort law. If he will not give your passport back, you can apply for a new one
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In addition to getting a new passport, look at this link regarding stolen passports. Explain the circumstances, since you know who stole it, and see if criminal charges can be pursued. This is assuming you are old enough to do all this without a parent's permission or assistance.
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