The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation is investigating the theft of several printed pictures of Campbell's soup cans by 20th century American marketer Andrew Warhola (archived). This theft happened at an art museum in Springfield, the city in remote south western Missouri that isn't Branson. Several media organizations have erroneously misrepresented the printed images of soup cans which have attracted the highest United States "law enforcement" agency as paintings. They are not paintings. They have also misrepresented the late Mr. Warhola as an artist named Warhol when he professionally acted as a marketer and his birth name was Warhola.