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please summarize The museum immediately locked its doors-with visitors inside, at first-and the search began. In those days, the Lover was the largest building in the world, with more than 1,000 rooms. For nine days the French police swarmed the place, interrogated staff, and searched for clues. At one point, as many as 60 detectives worked the case. Though no one could piece together what had happened, everyone seemed sure of one thing: the theft could only be the work of a criminal mastermind. One of the suspects questioned was 1 29 year old Spanish artist who had been implicated in another

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  1. realsofia
    • 3 years ago
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    The museum, the Louvre, which, at the time, was the largest building in the world. It housed many find pieces of art. Many people loved the art pieces it held, even thieves. It took many days for the police to try and find the thief. It took 60 detectives to interrogate the staff and search for clues. It took a criminal mastermind to pull this off. One of the suspects questioned was a 29 year old Spanish artist who had been implicated in another art heist. His name was Pablo Picasso, however, he may have been a genius, but not at crime.

  2. Tahmina
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    thanks1

  3. realsofia
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    welcome

  4. Tahmina
    • 3 years ago
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    byebye

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