POLICE WANT HELP IN U OF T ART THEFT

Apr 29, 2015

By Andy Johnson

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Toronto police continue their investigation into the theft of three valuable paintings from the University of Toronto earlier this year. The paintings were cut and removed from their original frames at various buildings on the U of T campus between January 30th and February 10th.   The stolen paintings are:

Credit river

“Credit River” by Yee Bon.

Cove

“Morning at Peggy’s Cove” by William DeGarthe

Maria

“Church of Santa Maria Della Salute” by Francesco Guardi

Police have surveillance images of two men wanted in connection with the thefts. Anyone with information is being asked to contact Toronto police or Crime Stoppers.

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