Every now and then we see stories about stolen art that appears out of nowhere and, often times, in the most unusual places (like a trash can in Manhattan, for instance). In this case, however, we’re taking a look at how the art was stolen, and wondering where it might end up. 25 years ago, thieves pulled off the biggest art heist in history when they got away with $500 million worth of art from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. The art —some of which is nearly 400 years old — is still missing. Now, the FBI has released new info that could lead to a break in the case, and they’re turning to the public for help. Check out the following news clip for details. This is like something out of a movie!
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