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One of two suspects in art theft might be a victim, officials say

Dr. Ralph Kennaugh (left) and Angelo Benjamin Amadio say burglars stole their art. Dr. Ralph Kennaugh (left) and Angelo Benjamin Amadio say burglars stole their art.
By Shelley Murphy
Globe Staff / October 9, 2009

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Two weeks after a former Harvard Medical School instructor and his business partner reported that burglars stole artwork by Rembrandt, Vincent van Gogh, and other masters valued at up to $80 million from their upscale California rental home, the case, which authorities have branded a possible hoax, took another twist yesterday. (Full article: 921 words)

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