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Boston, Massachusetts / Gardner Art Heist / Guard Interview (Part II) #1040745

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 21, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The art heist at Boston's Gardner museum 23 years ago re-introduced.

(Boston: Randi Kaye) The puzzling questions about the biggest art history heist in history featured; scenes shown from inside the museum; details given about the theory of targeting specific works and about rewards for the art's return. [Gardner Museum security director Anthony AMORE†- comments on the robbery and what was taken and not taken; guesses the art is still in New England.] ["Boston Globe" reporter Steven KURKJIAN†- explains the value of the art.] [Former FBI art crime team Robert WITTMAN†- says it was not an art collector: the idea came from the movie "Dr. No."] What the FBI knows and its priorities in recovering the artwork.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Further coverage of the art heist on a CNN special noted.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi
Duration:
00:05:00

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