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Re: [BKARTS] Rare Books Worth $100,000 Stolen From Transylvania University



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> [Original Message]
> From: MusSecNetworkCulPropProtNet <museum-security@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: 12/17/2004 11:44:34 PM
> Subject: Rare Books Worth $100,000 Stolen From Transylvania University
>
> Rare Books Worth $100,000 Stolen From Transylvania University
>
> Lexington Police are investigating a hundred thousand dollar holdup.
>
> Police are looking for two men wanted in a rare book theft at Transylvania
> University.
>
>  Police say the two men made an appointment to visit the special
collections
> room in Transy's library. After they signed in investigators say the men
> restrained the clerk and took three rare books, worth upwards of $100,000.
>
> Police are looking for a vehicle that was seen leaving the scene. It's a
> gray minivan with temporary tags 331-094.
>
>  If you have any information about the robbery please contact the
Lexington
> Police.
>
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