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From top left to bottom right: Rachel Lazarus, Helen E. The families of De Salvo and Sullivan had jointly sued the state for release of evidence while pursuing their own investigation.
They had Sullivan's body exhumed in 1999 for private DNA testing as part of the effort.
De Salvo's surviving relatives and Casey Sherman, the nephew of Mary Sullivan, organized DNA testing a decade ago on Sullivan's remains but the technology at the time meant it was not possible to get a usable sample.
At that point, authorities decided to halt testing, which destroys the evidence, until advancements in technology were strong enough to get a result.
The Boston Police Department (BPD), dating back to 1838, holds the primary responsibility for law enforcement and investigation within the city of Boston, Massachusetts. The BPD is also the 20th largest law enforcement agency in the country and the 3rd largest in New England behind the Massachusetts State Police (2,300 officers) and the Massachusetts Department of Correction (4,000 officers).In this March 21, 1990 file photo, a security guard stands outside the Dutch Room of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, where robbers stole more than a dozen works of art FBI has visited Luisi, who served 15 years in jail for cocaine trafficking, in 2012 to question him about if Guarente and fellow mobster, Robert 'The Cook' Gentile, has tried to sell the stolen artwork in Philadelphia.Missing piece: In this March 11, 2010 file photo, the empty frame, center, from which thieves cut Rembrandt's 'Storm on the Sea of Galilee' remains on display at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston Four coworkers claim Lawrence O'Brien is the man who can be seen in this footage from 24 hours before the heist.In 2013, authorities announced that they believed they knew who took the art, saying the paintings made their way through underground organized crime channels from Boston to Connecticut and onto Philadelphia where they were last believed to be seen.None of the 13 artworks that were stolen from the Isabella Steward Gardner Museum in 1990 have been surfaced to this day.