BOSTON (CBS) - The largest art heist in U.S. history took place right here in Boston twenty-five years ago. In 1990, thirteen works of art worth an estimated five hundred million dollars were stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner museum. Twenty-five years later, the crime remains unsolved. How can such well-known and valuable works of art remain missing after all these years? Steve Kurkjian, author of the new book, "Master Thieves," joins NightSide to talk about this fascinating story and to give the latest updates.
Originally broadcast March 10th, 2015.
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