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Pablo Picasso, which was stolen from a Dutch museum museum in 2012, may have been a painting in Romania, and the unit detected the organized crime and terrorism, Deikot Sunday that He opened an investigation after he found the photograph on Sunday.
The Picasso piece "Tate Darlocan" or "Clown Head" that was dating back to 1971, and stolen from the Rotterdam Kunsthal Museum, has not been confirmed but is still under review.
The museum still has an idea of identifying the picture, but an old director has questioned the & # 39; original collection of collections in ideas to the Dutch television. After studying the picture only, he said he thought it was a copy.
Roman writer, Mira Vetiko, a resident of the Netherlands, wrote a book about an incredible stunning book, not having found the picture after receiving anonymous information, and # 39; explained to the media that she had been buried under a stone in the eastern district of Tulcea, and passed to the Tuscan embassy in Bucharest.