Art Thief’s Death Ruled Homicide
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MAPLEWOOD, Mo. (KMOX)-The November death of a convicted art thief in his Maplewood home, has been ruled a homicide.
Police were notified this week that the medical examiner has completed toxicology tests on the body of 50-year-old Donald Rasch, who was found unconscious on November 12, and died four days later. There were no signs of forced entry or a struggle in his home and no obvious injuries.
They’re not releasing his cause of death.
Rasch spent two years in prison after pleading guilty in 2005, to stealing four million dollars of art work in 2002.
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