Boston Public Library officials understandably hit the panic button when two rare paintings were discovered missing from the library in April, including a 1504 engraving by Albrecht Durer, worth $600,000, and a Rembrandt print of lesser value.

After a chaotic two-month search for the items, both pieces of art were found about 80 feet from where they should have been – merely misplaced, not stolen as initially believed.

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