In Greece disclosed the “theft of the century” theft of paintings by Pablo Picasso and Piet Mondrian, which were stolen in 2012.
Then the thieves broke into the National gallery and stole two paintings, deceiving the guard. Among the stolen items: Picasso’s “Woman’s Head” and Mondrian’s “The Mill.”
This Monday, police arrested one of the suspects, a 49-year-old man, who immediately confessed. He hid the paintings in the forest, hoping to take them abroad and there to sell on the black market.
Now the paintings will again be exhibited in the gallery.