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Art Theft

Missing Picasso, suspect

Not Guilty Plea In San Francisco Stolen Picasso Case

A New Jersey resident appeared in a San Francisco courtroom Friday morning to plead not guilty to charges that he stole a drawing by Pablo Picasso from a gallery near Union Square last week.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–07/15/2011

Missing Picasso, suspect

Suspected San Francisco Art Thief Had Another Picasso At Home, Police Say

Police say a New Jersey man accused of stealing a valuable Picasso drawing from a San Francisco gallery had $500,000 worth of stolen artwork in his apartment, including another Picasso.

CONNECT WITH KCBS–07/14/2011

Pablo Picasso's "Tete de Femme." Police say the pencil drawing, worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, was taken from the Weinstein Gallery near Union Square by a man who walked in, grabbed the drawing, and then fled in a waiting taxicab Tuesday, July 5, 2011. (AP Photo/Weinstein Gallery)

SF Picasso Theft Suspect Makes 1st Court Appearance

A New Jersey man accused of stealing a Pablo Picasso drawing from a San Francisco art gallery last week made his initial appearance in court Monday.

CBS San Francisco–07/11/2011

Missing Picasso, suspect

Man Charged In SF Theft Of Picasso Drawing

A 30-year-old New Jersey man was charged Friday with stealing a Pablo Picasso drawing from a San Francisco gallery, according to the district attorney’s office.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–07/08/2011

Missing Picasso, suspect

New Jersey Man Arrested In San Francisco Picasso Theft

San Francisco police have arrested a man suspected of stealing a Picasso drawing worth hundreds of thousands of dollars from a Union Square art gallery earlier this week.

CBS San Francisco–07/07/2011

Missing Picasso, suspect

Restaurant Security Cam May Have Captured SF Picasso Thief

A well-known San Francisco restaurant might have surveillance video of a thief who walked into a Union Square art gallery on Tuesday morning and walked out with a Picasso drawing.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–07/06/2011

Pablo Picasso's "Tete de Femme." Police say the pencil drawing, worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, was taken from the Weinstein Gallery near Union Square by a man who walked in, grabbed the drawing, and then fled in a waiting taxicab Tuesday, July 5, 2011. (AP Photo/Weinstein Gallery)

Valuable Picasso Drawing Stolen From SF Gallery

A piece of art worth several hundred thousand dollars was stolen Tuesday morning from a gallery near Union Square.

KPIX 5 | CBS San Francisco–07/05/2011

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