$37K worth of paintings reported stolen in NM

September 5, 2013 • State News

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Authorities are looking for paintings that were stolen from a storage unit in Pojoaque that were valued at about $37,000.

Santa Fe [auth] County Sheriff’s officials took a report of the reported burglary Wednesday.

The victim says several oil canvas paintings and a painted hide within a shadow box stolen from his storage unit on Aug. 26.

The paintings are by artist Juan Machicado and the hide painted by Allen Monroe.

Sheriff’s officials say they have video of the suspect and SUV leaving the storage unit with the paintings tied to the roof of the vehicle.

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