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Muhammad Ali Center in Kentucky Hit By Artwork Theft

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In a brazen theft from the Muhammed Ali Center, Muhammad Ali artwork representing the champ in classic white trunks and red boxing gloves pose, was stolen. Police spokesman Dwight Mitchell says the signed print of a painting by LeRoy Neiman was taken on Saturday. The artwork is valued at $5,000. Investigators are trying to locate "a person of strong interest." The signed artwork was displayed in the Ali Center's LeRoy Neiman Gallery.

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