Crime Library: Criminal Minds and Methods
Where have you gone, Caravaggio?:
High-speed escape. In December 2000, a robber subdued a security guard at the National Museum in Stockholm, Sweden, while two others removed three paintings worth $36 million in a matter of minutes. The three men made off with Renoir's "Young Parisian" and "Conversation with a Gardner" and a Rembrandt self-portrait in a daring motorboat escape that involved diversionary explosions in other parts of the city. "Conversation" was recovered by police during a drug raid, and the other two paintings were later found in 2005.
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