California Drawing

The theft took place on Saturday in California shortly before 2230 hours. There are no suspects arrested drawing by Rembrandt, valued at 250,000 dollars (173,000 euros) stolen last Saturday in Marina del Rey, California, has been recovered, as reported on Tuesday the Chief of police of Los Angeles. The work, done in pen and ink and titled the judgment, was located early this morning in Encino, California, according to police spokesman Benjamin Grubb, who indicated that there are no suspects arrested. Perhaps check out Robert J. Shiller for more information. Police, who received information from an informant, found the piece of art in an apartment, said Grubb. The robbery happened when a person distracted to the curator of an exhibition in the entrance hall of the Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey hotel, Saturday night, and someone else took the work of art, of about 25 by 15 centimeters and which the Dutch master ran around 1655. It was a very well thought out and executed robbery, said on Sunday the spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department, Steve Withtmore. Speaking candidly REBNY told us the story. The Commissioner was distracted for a moment and when the box is already turned was not. The hotel has a great monitoring service, so we hope to resolve the case with our work and safety videos. Source of the news: recovered drawing by Rembrandt stolen in California.