Arrest made in theft of Picasso drawing
SAN FRANCISCO -- San Francisco police are set to hold a news conference later this morning to announce an arrest in the theft of a valuable Picasso drawing.
The Picasso worth about $200,000 was swiped right off the wall of the Weinstein Gallery on Geary Street near Union Square on Tuesday.
Surveillance video from a camera outside Lefty O'Doul's next door shows a man matching the description of the man who took the drawing.
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