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Picasso Works Stolen from Relative's House

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Picasso Works Stolen from Relative's House

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Picasso Works Stolen from Relative's House

Picasso Works Stolen from Relative's House

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Pablo Picasso paintings, worth more than $60 million, were recently stolen from his granddaughter's house in Paris. Sarah Jackson, research director of the Art Loss Register, talks with Luke Burbank.

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