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    About ROADSHOW'S MOST WANTED

    Roadshow’s Most Wanted has two goals: first, to help recover stolen or lost works of art or antiques featured on ANTIQUES ROADSHOW; and second, to explore other missing art stories that could be featured on ANTIQUES ROADSHOW.

    ROADSHOW’S MOST WANTED Needs Your Help!

    Think you’ve seen — or even might have — a missing work featured on ANTIQUES ROADSHOW?

    You can submit tips regarding stolen or lost art and antiques featured on the show. Valid tips will be passed on to the proper authorities. It could be your tip that leads to the recovery of items shown on the program!

    Guidelines for Sending Us Your Own Missing Art Story

    Do you have a stolen or lost art story you think ANTIQUES ROADSHOW should put in the national spotlight?

    Tell Roadshow's Most Wanted about your most wanted missing art or antiques! In order to be considered, items must have been reported to your insurance company, the police, or FBI. Strong candidates will have documentation including photographs or video, and a detailed description of the missing object(s).

    Cases accepted by Roadshow's Most Wanted will be at the discretion of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW producers and WGBH Boston.

    Please note: ANTIQUES ROADSHOW will not register stolen art or investigate art crimes.

    Submit an idea for a new case »

    Contact Us

    If you want to contact RMW for reasons other than to submit a tip or new case story, use this form and be sure to select "Roadshow's Most Wanted" in the subject line. Or, you can write to us at roadshow_mostwanted@wgbh.org.





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