Stolen Paintings Found?
The paintings stolen from the Emil Buehrle Collection, Zurich, on Sunday week (CLICK) may have been found, but the secretive Swiss fuzz won't confirm this news. The paintings were spotted in an unlocked white car in the Psychiatric University Clinic car park! Maybe the thieves were visiting their mum. Or maybe they wanted to comment on the philistines who pay fortunes for unfinished oil sketches. Above are two of the stolen works: Paul Cezanne's Boy in a Red Waistcoat (1888) and Degas' Count Lepic and his Daughters (1871).