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Gundlach tracked thieves who stole millions in artwork from his home through Google searches to his Grandmother’s name

December 4th, 2012

Jeffrey Gundlach via BloombergJeffrey Gundlach, bond investor and art collector, catalyzed the return of his stolen artwork by telling authorities to check who had Googled his grandmother’s name. Earlier this year, $10 million in artworks were stolen from his home, along with paintings made by his grandmother, Helen Fuchs. It turned out that two parties had searched on Google for “Helen Fuchs” – Gundlach and the thieves, who were subsequently apprehended.Read the article via Bloomberg

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