TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The FBI’s Italian counterparts, known as the Carabinieri, recovered two missing 16th century Italian tapestries in Florida.
According to the FBI, Carabinieri’s Tutela Patrimonio Culturale (which translates to “Protection of Cultural Heritage”) discovered the tapestries, believed to have been lost forever.
Derek Jeter’s $22M Tampa Bay mansion to be demolished, records show The first of the 16th-century tapestries was found in a photo in an online publication featuring a restored historical home in Florida. The FBI said the photo showed the tapestry, which had been missing since it was stolen in 1995. The photo was flagged
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