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Could The Gardner Museum Thefts Be An Inside Job?06:14
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The empty frame from which thieves cut Rembrandt's "Storm on the Sea of Galilee" remains on display at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. (Josh Reynolds/AP)
The empty frame from which thieves cut Rembrandt's "Storm on the Sea of Galilee" remains on display at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. (Josh Reynolds/AP)
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The largest unsolved art heist in history, and one of the art world's most confounding mysteries, happened right here in Boston almost three decades ago. Today, the value of the 13 artworks that were stolen is as high as half a billion dollars. WBUR has teamed up with The Boston Globe to look deeper into this in a new podcast called Last Seen.

On WBUR's Morning Edition, host Bob Oakes checks in with the podcast's senior reporter and producer Kelly Horan and Pulitzer Prize-winning Boston Globe reporter and consulting producer Stephen Kurkjian to discuss this week's episode — the prospect that the heist may have been an inside job.

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This segment aired on September 24, 2018.

Kelly Horan Twitter Senior Producer, Reporter
Kelly Horan is the senior producer and a senior reporter of Last Seen.

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Stephen Kurkjian Contributor
Stephen Kurkjian is the consulting producer of Last Seen.

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