A couple of ruby shoes worn by Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz has been discovered 13 years in the wake of being stolen, as per US specialists.
They were taken from a Minnesota exhibition hall in 2005, when somebody broke in through a window late during the evening.
Three others sets of ruby shoes worn by Garland in the 1939 film are known to exist.
A mysterious benefactor once offered a $1m (£775,000) compensate for the stolen match’s whereabouts and the criminal’s name.
Nonetheless, the reward lapsed on the tenth commemoration of the theft.
It is obscure if the shoes’ recuperation is identified with any tip-offs.
In question and answer session on Tuesday evening, no particular points of interest were given about where they were found or how.
FBI specialist Joan Sanborn showed that the examination was all the while progressing. “We’ve accumulated loads of data on this case. We trust there’s parts more to give,” she said.
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The shoes are frequently said to among the most esteemed props in motion picture history.
This match was guaranteed for $1m yet specialists have said they could be worth two times that now.