Verbs with prepositions in Passive

Where do prepositions in Passive sentences go?

When we put an active sentence, where a preposition follows after the verb (e.g. break into, look after, listen to), into passive – the preposition remains immediately after the verb.

Active sentence Passive sentence
Someone broke into the pet shop. The pet shop was broken into.
They looked for the baby. The baby was looked for.
Someone shouts at the man. The man is shouted at.
They listen to the music. Music is listened to.