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Pedestrians yesterday strolled past the Haley & Steele Inc. gallery, owned by Julien S. Tavener.
Pedestrians yesterday strolled past the Haley & Steele Inc. gallery, owned by Julien S. Tavener. (Globe Staff Photo / Janet Knott) Globe Staff Photo / Janet Knott

Larceny probe eyes missing art dealer

By Stephen Kurkjian
Globe Staff / March 29, 2005

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The owner of a venerable Boston art and prints gallery abruptly left the country about two weeks ago, setting off a criminal investigation into whether he absconded with hundreds of thousands of dollars from the sales of artwork left on consignment at his shop, according to Boston police, state officials, and Century Bank executives. (Full article: 991 words)

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