Art By Pollock - Suspect Named

The owner of a Jackson Pollock painting stolen from Scranton's Everhart Museum two months ago said he has forwarded the name of his No 1 suspect to the FBI, and that the person has a connection to the museum. The Pollock's owner is an artist formerly from northeastern Pennsylvania, whose paintings are featured in museums and private collections around the country. He spoke on condition of anonymity because he does not want to draw attention to himself, or to his own art collection. The thief or thieves who broke into the Everhart on Nov. 18 swiped two artworks: an oil by Pollock that could be worth millions of dollars and a less valuable silkscreen by Andy Warhol.