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The Gardner Museum Heist

On the night of March 18th, 1990, thirteen pieces of art were stolen from the Gardner Museum in Boston. Two men disguised as police officers were allowed entry into the museum from the guards because they had stated that there was a disturbance call.

The Gardner Museum

Once inside the museum the robbers tied up the guards and went through the museum taking whatever they pleased for the next hour. The estimated price of the thirteen pieces they stole is upwards of $500,000,000. The museum is now offering a $10,000,000 reward for information that could lead to the recovery of the art pieces.

A frame of one of the missing pieces of art

All of the pieces stolen were from Isabella Stewart Gardner’s collection. The selection of pieces has confused investigators because more valuable and sought after works of art were left untouched by the robbers than what they stole. To this day no-one has been linked to the crimes but investigators believe that it was done by an organized crime organization. The most common theory being the Boston Mafia which was very active at the time of the robberies. Hopefully, new information will be uncovered soon and the pieces will be returned to the museum.


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