The Prison Guards Who Stole a Salvador Dalí Painting
In 2003, the painting was stolen by a group of prison guards and has never been recovered.
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Salvador Dalí made a painting for the prisoners at Rikers Island in NYC that hung in the prisoner dining room for 15 years, when it was moved to the prison lobby for “safekeeping”. In 2003, three prison guards and a warden stole the painting. – Tiny Fox Lab Facts
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