Stolen painting by French impressionist Edgar Degas found on bus in France
"Les Choristes" was stolen from the Cantini Museum in Marseille in 2009.
A painting by French impressionist Edgar Degas has been located for the first time since it was stolen from a Marseille museum in 2009. The 1877 piece "Les Choristes" -- which translates to "The Chorus Singer" -- was found inside a suitcase on a bus in Marne-la-Vallee, a French town located about
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Armed robbers have stolen art worth $100 million, including works by Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh, from a Zurich museum, police said Monday. Zurich police said the robbery took place Sunday. Also among the works stolen were oil paintings by Paul Cezanne and Edgar Degas. Police called the heist
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Two Polaroid photos in a plain envelope with no return address arrived by mail at the ABCNEWS office in New York. But despite their source's anonymity, if authentic, they could provide clues into a heist the FBI calls the largest art theft in American history. They were photos of what appeared to