Two thieves. Thirteen pieces of art. Twenty-seven years of mystery.
And now, a $10 million reward — for anyone who can bring those missing masterpieces back to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston.
Two men disguised as police officers made off with the paintings and sketches in 1990. It is still the largest property crime ever carried out in America, and the biggest heist from an art museum anywhere in the world.
The treasures include Rembrandt's only known seascape and one of just 36 paintings by Vermeer. They're worth more than half a billion dollars. They have never been located.