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May 20 (Bloomberg) -- The art market has become increasingly more attractive to investors, who are spending more than $56 billion at auctions so far this year. But art crime is its own big business. By some estimates as much as $8 billion in masterpieces are stolen each year. Bloomberg's Phil Mattingly takes a look at the FBI team tasked in tracking down missing masterpieces. (Source: Bloomberg)
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