The FBI agent in charge of the investigation of $500 million worth artwork stolen from a museum in Boston nearly 25 years ago has confirmed sightings of the missing artwork from credible sources.
FBI Special Agent Geoff Kelly, the lead investigator, told WFXT-TV on Wednesday that trusted sources have spotted the artwork over the years. Kelly also identified three persons of interest in the Gardner case, all with ties to organized crime.
On the night of March 18, 1990, thieves disguised as Boston police officers stole thirteen works of art from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, including a Vermeer, three Rembrandts, four of Degas’ and five other masterpieces.
A $5 million reward has been offered.