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Crimes of the Art World
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On a March night in 1990, two men posing as police officers were let into Boston's Gardner Museum. Nearly 20 years later, they and $300 million dollars worth of stolen paintings remain at large, making the heist not only the largest art theft ever, but the largest unsolved one as well.

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Thomas D. Bazley, PhD, is adjunct teacher at the University of South Florida, where he also received his degree in criminology.

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