See larger This 17th century Murillo painting of Seville patron St. Justa, left,  is one of a pair located at Southern Methodist University last October, that are believed to have been stolen from the Rothschild family in Paris in 1941. Submitted photo

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This 17th century Murillo painting of Seville patron St. Justa, left, is one of a pair located at Southern Methodist University last October, that are believed to have been stolen from the Rothschild family in Paris in 1941. Submitted photo

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