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FBI: Reputed Conn. Mobster Was Involved in Largest Art Heist in History

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com 

The FBI believes a reputed Connecticut mobster who is expected to plead guilty today to weapons and prescription drugs charges was involved in the largest art heist in history, the Associated Press reports.

Although Robert Gentile, 76, hasn’t been charged in the 1990 St. Patrick’s Day heist, Assistant U.S. Attorney John Durham said the FBI suspects Gentile “had some involvement in connection with stolen property” related to the theft at Boston’s Isabella Steward Gardner Museum, the AP reported.

It’s unclear whether Gentile’s decision to plead guilty is part of a plea agreement tied to the theft of 13 pieces of art including masterpieces by Degas, Manet, Rembrandt and Vermeer that are valued at more than a half-billion dollars.

Gentile’s attorney, A. Ryan McGuigan, has maintained his client has no information on the heist, the AP wrote.

St. Patrick’s Day, tying up two guards and making off with 13 pieces of art including masterworks by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Degas and Manet worth more than a half-billion dollars.



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