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Tracking A $500 Million Art Heist From 23 Years Ago

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Tracking A $500 Million Art Heist From 23 Years Ago

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Tracking A $500 Million Art Heist From 23 Years Ago

Tracking A $500 Million Art Heist From 23 Years Ago

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The FBI is seeking information in what is the largest property crime case in history. In 1990, thieves dressed as police officers made off with 13 art pieces valued at up to $500 million. They included two Rembrandt oil paintings.

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