Police Recover 'Bond Wizard's' $10 Million Stolen Art Collection

Police believe a truck or van could have been used in the heist. A detective working on the case declined to comment on whether Gundlach had an alarm or security system in place, citing the nature of the ongoing investigation.

Gundlach was once the chief investment officer at investment management firm TCW, where he reportedly made about $40 million a year before he was abruptly terminated in 2009, accused of stealing trade secrets. TCW and Gundlach eventually reached a settlement.

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