The Canadian Press

2008-05-24 | UBC Museum Theft

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A number of art works, including a dozen by Haida artist Bill Reid, were stolen May 24th from Vancouver's Museum of Anthropology. Museum curator Bill McLennan said the theft likely wasn't random. (RCMP recovered most of the stolen Haida art treasures. The last two priceless works were recovered nearly three months after they were stolen. But one of the items, a carved pipe, was broken and about five centimeters of the artwork was missing.)

Date: 2008-05-24
Placeline: VANCOUVER, British Columbia.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 15 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << they brought in with him the equipment to do the job on some very high security cases and so it was obviously too yeah it wasn't a random process but they must have had a fairly decent sense of what they were doing what they're going for >>