Stolen Picasso Drawing Found

    A mug shot and sketch of burglary suspect Mark Lugo are displayed next to a Picasso drawing that San Francisco police recovered less than 48 hours after it was stolen from the Weinstein Gallery July 7, 2011 in San Francisco, California.  Mark Lugo, 31, of Hoboken, New Jersey was arrested by San Francisco police 48 hours after he walked into the Weinstein Gallery and stole an the original Picasso pencil drawing "Tete de Femme (Head of a Woman)."

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    Pablo Picasso’s 1965 pencil drawing Tête de Femme (Head of a Woman) has been found unharmed after it was stolen from a San Francisco gallery Tuesday. Mark Lugo, 30, a restaurant employee from Hoboken, New Jersey, was arrested Wednesday night in connection with the theft. Police say they believe Lugo was working alone when he walked out of the Weinstein Gallery with the drawing, and apparently he’s not much of a cat burglar. A clear image of what appears to be Lugo was captured on surveillance camera by a restaurant just down the block, allegedly showing him carrying the artwork under his arm. Police say Lugo was about to ship the drawing away. His bail has been set at $5 million.

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