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The American Museum of Natural History on New York's Upper West Side is the largest of its kind in the world, attracting 5 million visitors a year to see its collections. In 1964, a bunch of beach bums from Miami set their sights on a dazzling exhibit, a valuable collection of jewels in the Morgan Memorial Hall of Gems. They pulled off a daring heist, taking the most valuable pieces on display, and became overnight celebrities once they were caught. InsideEdition.com's Sal Bono has more.
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