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Painting Stolen From Museum In 2009 Just Found On Bus


According to a report by the New York Times, a 141 year-old painting worth an estimated 1-million-dollars reappeared on a bus outside of Paris this month, after being stolen from a museum over 8 years ago. 'The Chorus Singers' by Edward Dega was stolen from a museum in Marseille in December of 2009. Nearly ten years later, on February 16th, customs officers were conducting a random search of a bus' luggage compartment when they found The Chorus Singers in a suitcase. None of the passengers reportedly claimed ownership of the suitcase, and no arrests have been made.

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