CRIME: Loose Ends; a Knot Tied

The often abused agents of the FBI and the New York City police were basking last week in the spotlight of praise for their rescue of kidnaped Seagram Heir Samuel Bronfman II, the recovery of the record ransom of $2.3 million and the arrest of two confessed kidnapers. But TIME has learned that the investigation is still far from complete. There remains a possibility that a third accomplice, a woman, may have been involved. Investigators are also actively pursuing the theory that the amateurish conspirators may have intended to use the ransom to help finance activities of the Irish...

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