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    Case No. RMW-006

    Stolen Artworks from Hobcaw Barony

    (Episode: Myrtle Beach Hour 2)

    Case Profile

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    Date of Incident Circa 2003
    Owner The Belle W. Baruch Foundation
    Location Hobcaw Barony, Georgetown, SC
    Missing Paintings by Alfred J. Munnings and Louis Aston Knight; John J. Audubon prints
    Status Ongoing
    Case Summary In July of 2003, several artworks were discovered to be missing from two buildings at Hobcaw Barony, the former estate of Belle W. Baruch. Belle was the daughter of well-known financial hotshot and presidential advisor, Bernard Baruch. There is a $25,000 reward being offered by The Belle W. Baruch Foundation for information leading to the return of the items.
    Resources Online:

    Hobcaw Barony
    www.fbi.gov
    www.gcsheriff.org

    Phone: The Belle W. Baruch Foundation (843) 546-4623
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