A thief Perov was sentenced to 8 years in prison

A thief Perov was sentenced to 8 years in prisonDzerzhinsky district court of St. Petersburg sentenced to 8 years imprisonment the robber, who had stolen in 1999 from the Russian Museum painting Valentine Perov.As reported on Monday the press service of the city Prosecutor's office, "the court found that Dmitry Rukavitsyn in April 1999 together with another robber decided to steal a picture of Valentine Perov "Guitarist-solitary man", 1865, and the sketch for the painting "three", 1866. General insurance valuation of two works of art were 12 thousand dollars.According to investigators, the criminals broke the glass in the window of the building of the Russian Museum, entered the exhibition hall and cut the painting with a knife. They noticed the police, but the attackers stopped his pistol.To sell paintings criminals failed. 25 January 2000, the paintings were placed in storage at the Warsaw station, then unknown called in 12th (antique) Department of police of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad region has informed on their whereabouts.Found that on account of a criminal group, which included the third robber, who is serving together with the accomplice Rukavytsya the period since 2004, there are three robberies at antique and jewellery shops in the city, reports "Interfax".The Dzerzhinsky district court verdict Rukavytsya was sentenced to 8 years imprisonment in a strict regime colony. However, the Prosecutor's office believes the punishment is soft and in cassation intends to require 10 years. Source: a Thief Perov was sentenced to 8 years in prison.

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