Suspects of theft at Kunsthal Museum arrested in Romania Automatic translate
ROTTERDAM. Romanian police arrested three people suspected of participating in a robbery of the Kunsthal museum in Rotterdam last year. On the night of October 16-16, the kidnappers managed to take out seven paintings by Pablo Picasso, Matisse, Monet and Gauguin, which in total are estimated at between 50 and 100 million euros.
Three detainees are Romanian citizens, Mediafax reports citing a source in the Dutch police. “The investigation is ongoing, so we cannot provide more detailed information,” said the representative of the Romanian police. The suspects are currently in custody.
The stolen paintings were part of an exhibition of 150 works exhibited on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Kunsthal Museum. After the incident, Dutch police posted a video depicting two people leaving a museum with large bags. Kunsthal officials said that these paintings can not be officially sold, as they are world famous.
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