Picasso drawing Tete de Femme recovered after theft
US police have recovered a Picasso drawing, two days after it was stolen from a San Francisco art gallery.
The drawing, valued at $275,000 (£172,000), was taken from the Weinstein gallery by a man wearing dark glasses. He was filmed by security cameras leaving the scene in a taxi.
A suspect, named as Mark Lugo, 30, has been taken into custody.
He was arrested at a hotel in Napa, California, where the artwork was found, police said.
He faces several charges, including theft and possession of stolen property....
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