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Published : Feb. 21, 2012 - 14:09
Police and the Culture Ministry had initially estimated that some 65 objects up to 3,200 years old were taken in Friday’s raid, when two masked gunmen tied up a museum guard and used a sledgehammer to smash display cabinets at the southern Greek museum.
Most of the items on the list released Monday were bronze and pottery figurines, vases and lamps.
The robbery was the second major art heist in two months after works by 20th-century masters Pablo Picasso and Piet Mondrian were snatched from Athens‘ National Gallery. (AP)
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