Blame Nashville

New York Post - - NEWS -

THE case of the Paris Re­view of­fice art heist came to a close when the pil­fered work was re­turned — along with two other pieces the lit­er­ary quar­terly didn’t even re­al­ize were miss­ing. Page Six re­ported that a rare il­lus­tra­tion of No­bel-win­ning au­thor Gün­ter Grass was stolen from Paris Re­view HQ dur­ing one of the mag’s lively lit­er­ary par­ties. Ed­i­tors set up a tips page on Fri­day and agreed to ac­cept the Tomi Un­gerer draw­ing back anony­mously: “No ques­tions asked!” A source said that by Mon­day “the draw­ing came back (with two other pictures they hadn’t yet re­al­ized were stolen) in a UPS box post­marked Nashville, with a fake quote from Gün­ter Grass.”

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