"Peasant Women Working in the Fields" by Camille Pissarro, second painting from left, now hangs in place of the stolen Henri Matisse painting at Kunsthal museum, as the museum reopened its doors to the public following Tuesday morning's major art heist in Rotterdam, Wednesday Oct. 17, 2012. Police investigating a multimillion euro (dollar) art heist say they are following up several tips from the public, a day after thieves grabbed seven paintings from the walls of a Rotterdam gallery and vanished into the night. A spokeswoman for detectives on the case, Willemieke Romijn, said Wednesday they have some 15 tips from the public, following a late-night, nationally televised appeal for witnesses to the theft from the Kunsthal gallery of works by celebrated artists including Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet and Henri Matisse. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)

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"Peasant Women Working in the Fields" by Camille Pissarro, second painting from left, now hangs in place of the stolen Henri Matisse painting at Kunsthal museum, as the museum reopened its doors to the public following Tuesday morning's major art heist in Rotterdam, Wednesday Oct. 17, 2012. Police investigating a multimillion euro (dollar) art heist say they are following up several tips from the public, a day after thieves grabbed seven paintings from the walls of a Rotterdam gallery and vanished into the night. A spokeswoman for detectives on the case, Willemieke Romijn, said Wednesday they have some 15 tips from the public, following a late-night, nationally televised appeal for witnesses to the theft from the Kunsthal gallery of works by celebrated artists including Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet and Henri Matisse. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
"Peasant Women Working in the Fields" by Camille Pissarro, second painting from left, now hangs in place of the stolen Henri Matisse painting at Kunsthal museum, as the museum reopened its doors to the public following Tuesday morning's major art heist in Rotterdam, Wednesday Oct. 17, 2012. Police investigating a multimillion euro (dollar) art heist say they are following up several tips from the public, a day after thieves grabbed seven paintings from the walls of a Rotterdam gallery and vanished into the night. A spokeswoman for detectives on the case, Willemieke Romijn, said Wednesday they have some 15 tips from the public, following a late-night, nationally televised appeal for witnesses to the theft from the Kunsthal gallery of works by celebrated artists including Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet and Henri Matisse. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
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