The Federal Bureau of Investigation's Albuquerque Field Office in New Mexico is seeking assistance from the public after several paintings were stolen in Dallas, Texas back in March of 2019. 6 paintings were originally stolen, one has been recovered, and the other 5 are still not accounted for.

The paintings were taken while they were being transported between Santa Fe, New Mexico to Louisiana, on or about March 26th, 2019. Information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible will be rewarded with up to $8000.

Keep your eyes peeled for the 5 paintings below:

FBI Offers Cash Reward For 5 Paintings Stolen in Dallas, Texas

Have you seen any of these paintings? If you have any information regarding their disappearance, please contact the FBI's Albuquerque Field Office at (505) 889-1300.

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The 5 paintings missing were made by artist Nicole Charbonnet. After a quick scroll through her website, you can tell just how much her work means to her. She's truly an incredible artist. The painting that has since been recovered was by artist Erin Cone.

If you have information about these paintings but wish you remain anonymous, click here. You can also contact your local FBI office or whatever American Embassy or Consulate is closest to you. They'll be able to help. You can also find the FBI poster here.

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