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Mystery, Millions and Murder in North Jersey

On a spring morning in Morristown, New Jersey, in 1992, authorities discovered a car idling in a driveway with the door open and the driver missing. After they learned the driver was Sidney Reso, the president of Exxon International, the FBI joined the investigation. 
Over the next two months, law enforcement received cryptic communications that led to a cat-and-mouse chase for those responsible. Retired cop Arthur Seale and his wife, Irene, demanded one of the largest ransoms in U.S. history, and authorities struggled to solve the case. Now, former state trooper John E. O'Rourke recounts the crime that rocked a sleepy community.

Mystery, Millions and Murder in North Jersey

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