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Reward, return now focus of case

Twenty years ago Thursday, the biggest art heist in history occurred at the Stewart Gardner Museum along the Fenway. Since then, the leads have been tantalizing and plentiful, but have unswervingly led to a dead end.

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By Shelley Murphy and Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / March 14, 2010

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For years convicted art thief Myles J. Connor Jr. boasted that he knew who committed the brazen art heist at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in 1990 and could help recover the masterpieces. (Full article: 1471 words)

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