A man who robbed his elderly, wealthy boss of $3.2 million and an Andy Warhol silkscreen was sentenced Thursday to 10 years in prison. The Andy Warhol piece is a silkscreen on a wooden crate, made to look like a Heinz 57 case of ketchup.
A jury convicted James Biear in November 2010 of stealing that piece as well as other artwork and $3.2 million from his former employer, Kenward Elmslie, grandson of media mogul Joseph Pulitzer.
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