Picasso Painting Stolen in 2012 Art Heist Possibly Found Buried in Romania
Police in Romania say someone may have found a Picasso painting that was stolen from a museum in the Netherlands in 2012.
Authorities said Picasso's 1971 "Tete d'Arlequin" may have been buried in the village of Greci.
It was one of seven paintings stolen from the Kunsthal gallery in Rotterdam.
Four Romanians were convicted of the crime in 2013, but none of the paintings had been recovered.
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