May 10, 2012
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Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff
Law enforcement officials searched the home of Robert Gentile Thursday in Manchester, Conn.
Officials suspect the alleged mobster Gentile may have information about the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum art theft.
The quiet neighborhood was swarming with police vehicles.
Gentile's attorney, A. Ryan McGuigan, said the FBI was looking for the paintings stolen in the 1990 Gardner heist.
Law enforcement agents dug in the yard of Robert Gentile.
Officials took boxes of evidence from the home.
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