Oz in the News 12.7.13

52a2628a07590.preview-300Is a break near in the ruby slippers theft?  According to a spokesperson from a Twin Cities private investigation firm, there may be a break in the theft of the slippers, which were stolen from a display at the Judy Garland Museum in August 2005. Despite numerous leads, no suspects have ever been publicly named in the theft. The stolen slippers were one of several pairs of ruby slippers Grand Rapids native Judy Garland wore in the 1939 movie, “The Wizard of Oz.” “We’ve had several developments in the case,” said Rob Feeney, spokesman for Alexander and Associates, which was hired to look into the theft. “Our agency believes the slippers are still in Minnesota.”


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