FBI offers up to S$33,700 for information on stolen Warhol paintings

A worker hangs Campbell's soup, a print by artist Andy Warhol, before the opening of the exhibition Andy Warhol at Es Baluard museum in Palma de Mallorca.
A worker hangs Campbell's soup, a print by artist Andy Warhol, before the opening of the exhibition Andy Warhol at Es Baluard museum in Palma de Mallorca.PHOTO: REUTERS

MISSOURI (REUTERS) - The Federal Bureau of Investigation on Monday (April 11) offered up to US$25,000 (S$33,703) in reward for information on seven Andy Warhol paintings stolen from a Missouri art museum.

The "Campbell Soup" paintings, part of a set of 10 worth US$500,000, were taken from the Springfield Art Museum in Springfield, Missouri, in the early hours of April 7, the FBI said.

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