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Offbeat Touching Moment Sees Owner Reunited With Painting Stolen Decades Ago

16:15  12 october  2019
16:15  12 october  2019 Source:   insideedition.com

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It was a touching moment as people were reunited with art stolen from them decades earlier. A reputable auction house earlier this year informed Included among them was a portrait of an English gentleman painting in the 1600s, which the detective remembered he'd seen a photo of in a police

It was a touching moment as people were reunited with art stolen from them decades earlier. A reputable auction house earlier this year informed the Los Angeles Police Department they had come across art they believed to be stolen , officials said. Recovered pieces included two Picassos, a work

Gun Hägglund standing in front of a window: Judy Karinen said she was out to dinner when a thief broke into her home and stole it. She has since moved but said she can hardly wait to hang the painting in her new home.© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Judy Karinen said she was out to dinner when a thief broke into her home and stole it. She has since moved but said she can hardly wait to hang the painting in her new home.

It was a touching moment as people were reunited with art stolen from them decades earlier.

A reputable auction house earlier this year informed the Los Angeles Police Department they had come across art they believed to be stolen, officials said.

Recovered pieces included two Picassos, a work from Joan Miró and a picture and letter signed by President Ronald Reagan when he was governor of California, as well as an autograph by Marlon Brando, CBS Los Angeles reported.

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Detective Mel Vergara told Inside Edition that there was a specific painting that caught the auction house's attention. They recognized it from a few photos the LAPD had posted of the stolen art.

That tip led police to issue multiple search warrants and helped recover a trove of stolen pieces.

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Included among them was a portrait of an English gentleman painting in the 1600s, which the detective remembered he'd seen a photo of in a police report filed years ago.

Inside Edition accompanied him as the victim was reunited with the piece.

Judy Karinen said she was out to dinner when a thief broke into her home and stole it. She has since moved but said she can hardly wait to hang the painting in her new home.

Kristen Bell Admits She and Husband Dax Shepard Forgot Their 6th Wedding Anniversary .
Everyone's favorite Hollywood couple just marked six years of marriage.On Monday afternoon, The Good Place actress shared a touching photo of her and her hubby together. Shepard is shirtless in the image with his arm around his ladylove, who's wearing a floral tank top. In the caption she wrote, "We were reminded by family and friends that at some point last week, it was our 5 year wedding anniversary. In truth, neither of us remember which day. Thats because we have been living the celebration of our commitment every moment since.

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