Art Detective: Catching Thieves and Recovering Stolen Treasures

Some people know him by his undercover name, Robert Clay, while others know him as former Special Agent Robert K. Wittman, founder of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Art Crime Unit. Regardless of the name you call him, Wittman is known around the globe by reputation, and for his investigative expertise in the fields of art, antiques, jewelry and gems. Dubbed "a living legend" by The Wall Street Journal, Wittman is a real-life art detective who has dedicated his life to recovering stolen art and other cultural property worth more than $225 million.