LARGEST US ART THEFT


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A Search For The World's Most Wanted Art.


CASE # 1

At 1:24 a.m. March 18,1990 as St. Patrick's Day came to a close thieves struck the Isabella Stewart  Gardner Museum in Boston MA.  The biggest art theft in U.S. history remains unsolved.

A five million dollar reward has been offered for the safe return of the art.  Although statutes for criminal prosecution may have lapsed, the paintings are still considered to be stolen property.

The most valuable painting taken is Jan Vermeer's "The Concert".  It is one of approx. 35 known works by the great Dutch painter.  If you have any information about this case please contact the appropriate officials.



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