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Stolen Rockwell Painting Recovered By FBI

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A 1919 Norman Rockwell painting that was stolen 40 years ago from a New Jersey home has been recovered by the FBI. The painting was one of several pieces taken from a break-in that occurred in 1976 in the Philadelphia suburb of Cherry Hill. Susan Murta thanked the FBI for retrieving her now deceased parents' painting. It could be worth more than $1 million at this point. It remains unclear how the FBI uncovered the painting.

Added on the 30/03/2017 10:32:20 - Copyright : Wochit

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