Radu Dogaru, suspected ringleader in the theft of seven paintings from a Dutch museum, hides his face while arriving handcuffed and escorted by police for his trial at a court building in Bucharest ... more 
Radu Dogaru, suspected ringleader in the theft of seven paintings from a Dutch museum, hides his face while arriving handcuffed and escorted by police for his trial at a court building in Bucharest October 22, 2013. Dogaru has said he had inside help, his lawyer said on Tuesday. Dogaru, his mother Olga, and four other Romanians appeared in court charged with stealing artworks worth tens of millions of euros from Rotterdam's Kunsthal museum in October 2012 in one of the art world's most dramatic heists of the past few years. At a trial hearing last month, Dogaru said he would disclose the whereabouts of the paintings - some of which were believed to have been destroyed by fire - if his trial was moved to the Netherlands. The paintings, including a Picasso, a Monet, a Matisse, a Gauguin, a Lucien Freud and a Meyer de Haan were stolen when the thieves broke into the building, somehow evading the sophisticated alarm system. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: CRIME LAW) less 
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Tue, Oct 22, 2013 8:54 AM EDT