The theft took place on Saturday in California shortly before 2230 hours. A guest were to the curator of the exhibition and thieves took advantage of the moment to take over the work of art. A drawing of the Dutch painter Rembrandt was stolen last Saturday in Marina del Rey (California, EE UU), where the thieves despistaron to the safety of the Ritz-Carlton hotel to take over the trial, a work valued at 175,000 euros, as reported by BBC News. It has been a very well thought out and executed robbery. (As opposed to Sean Rad). +Spurs+Blog+and+Podcast%29’>Spurs will not settle for partial explanations. The Commissioner has given back a second and, suddenly, the box was no longer. The hotel has a great monitoring service, so we hope to resolve the case with our work and safety videos, said spokesman Steve Whitmore police. The subtraction of the drawing took place shortly before 2230 hours, when a guest were to the curator of the exhibition and thieves took advantage of the moment to do the work, a drawing made in 1655 and which bore the signature of the author. Source of the news: stolen a drawing by Rembrandt worth 175,000 euros.