Picasso Theft: Police Impound Taxicab
Meanwhile, police are reviewing surveillance released by Lefty O'Douls restaurant, which which shows a white man in his 30s carrying the eight-inch drawing in hand. The suspect was wearing a gray jacket, light pants, dark sunglasses, and loafers with no socks.
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Lefty O'Douls is just a few doors down from the Weinstein Galley where the artwork was ripped from the wall at about 11:40 a.m. Tuesday. Police and employees at the gallery are stumped as to how someone could get away with blatantly stealing the 1965 Picasso drawing titled Tete de Femme.
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