Brazilian police say they’ve found a stolen Picasso print, the last of four artworks to be recovered following a museum heist in June.
Police inspector Aldo Galeano confirmed Monday that Picasso’s “Minotaur, Drinker and Women” had been recovered. He said additional information would be released at a news conference later in the day.
On June 12, three robbers stole “Minotaur, Drinker and Women,” along with the Picasso print “The Painter and the Model,” from Sao Paulo’s Estacao Pinacoteca Museum.
Thieves also took the paintings “Women at the Window” by Emiliano DiCavalcanti and “Couple” by Lasar Segall.
The artworks are estimated to be worth $630,000. Two suspects were arrested after the other artworks were recovered last month.