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Brad Dupke

Brad Dupke, the only among the group wearing white pants, watches with FBI investigators as a lot is excavated in hopes of finding the stolen Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum artwork. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
Brad Dupke, the only among the group wearing white pants, watches with FBI investigators as a lot is excavated in hopes of finding the stolen Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum artwork. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)

Brad Dupke is a Florida-based geologist who works for GHD, the company who conducted a geophysical test on an Orlando lot in early December 2017 at the request of WBUR and Boston Globe reporters working on Last Seen. GHD’s 10-page report stated that “buried anomalous targets” were detected about five feet below the surface of the ground where a residence had been located until 2007. The FBI, once provided the report, ordered an excavation of the site that determined the anomalous target was part of the house’s septic system.

-- Written by Stephen Kurkjian


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