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Why Art Theft Is Rarely Lucrative

November 23, 2012

"Nine times out of ten, when individuals commit a robbery like that, it is done by individuals or criminal organisations which have the ability to do a burglary, but they don't usually have the ability to sell paintings." BBC 11/23/12

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