Transcript for Squatter in Multi-Million Dollar Mansion Arrested for Selling Stolen Art
It was an art heist in broad daylight from one of San Francisco's historic homes neighbors called police to this mansion on Washington and maple in Presidio heights. For officers confronted 39 year old Jeremiah Cuellar. Produced some type of documents saying that he was going to. The owner and proprietor to this house and he was in the process. But police called Taylor's bluff and arrested him before he sold another piece of art that was created and ready to go. He had already sold off ten other pieces. All of it valued at more than 300000. Dollars is a little bit more sophisticated. Than the average squatter on FaceBook Taylor calls himself an artist. Police say he sold the stolen art to pawn shops and on social media during his weakened state. At this seventeen point nine million dollar mansion it's frightening. Mean it can walk in your house. Neighbors say this fourteen bedroom eleven bath house has been vacant for years it's unclear who owns this unkempt home. And police won't say who owns the art I think in this instance. There's been a dis association between the ownership of the property and somebody has a responsibility for doing something within. Detectives quickly tracked down nine stolen pieces but they're still looking for two more in San Francisco Alan Wong ABC 7 NEWS.
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