Myles Connor Wiki: Where Is The Man Behind Gardner Museum Art Heist Now?

Myles Connor Wiki: Where Is The Man Behind Gardner Museum Art Heist Now?

Milton art thief Myles Connor does not have a verified Wikipedia bio. Meanwhile, you can learn some unknown information about his life in this article. 

Myles Connor is a known and convicted art thief. He was the frontman of his rock band, Myles and the Wild Ones. 

Afterward, he started to get noticed for his criminal activities that involved art robberies, drug dealings, and police shootouts. 

Myles is famously remembered for the theft of 13 art pieces from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. 

On the contrary, he stated that he had nothing to do with the robbery as he was serving a long drug-related sentence at the time. 

The robbery story is shown in a Netflix original four-part documentary series, This Is a Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist

Quick Facts:

Name Myles Connor
Age 55-65
Gender Male
Nationality American
Profession Art thief
Married/Single Single

Myles Connor Wiki

Myles Connor Jr. was born and raised in Milton, Massachusetts, United States. He holds an American nationality. 

Myles was once sentenced for a double homicide, but he was released four years later.

He has served nearly twenty years in prison, convicted for various art robberies.

Besides, he suffered from a severe heart attack when he was in federal prison in 1998. He never fully recovered from it and his speech is still slightly slurred.

Myles Connor Wife and Family

Any details regarding Myles Connor’s wife and married life are not available on the internet as of April 2021. Also, it is not confirmed if he ever got married or stayed single all his life. 

About his family, his father’s name is Myles Connor and was a well-respected policeman. His mother and other family members’ identities remain anonymous, however. 

Update: Myles Connor Obituary Or Is He Still Alive?

Myles Connor is still alive and living a quiet life somewhere in rural Blackstone, Massachusetts currently. 

He has not been arrested after his brief state sentence in 2005. However, even after getting released from prison, he did not return to his old life. 

Due to a heart attack, he suffered in 1998, he could no longer play any instruments. Also, his speech has not been the same again. 

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