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Ransom asked in theft of art worth millions

By David Abel
Globe Staff / October 2, 2009

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Police investigating the alleged multimillion-dollar theft of paintings from the California home of a former Harvard Medical School professor and a Boston art dealer said they found a typed ransom letter that demanded money for the artwork and threatened to kill the victims if they alerted authorities. (Full article: 277 words)

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