Picasso's 'Tete de Femme' Stolen From San Francisco Museum: Was Thief Caught on Video?

A missing pencil drawing wouldn't normally be a top priority to San Francisco authorities, unless that drawing was done by Pablo Picasso and was stolen in broad daylight. The Picasso drawing was hanging in the Weinstein Gallery in San Francisco when witnesses say a man walked through the entrance, took the painting off the wall and left in a waiting cab. The 1965 pencil drawing, "Tete de Femme," which translates as head of woman, is valued at $200,000. The thief did not get away cleanly,...Full Story
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