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Thieves got wind of a lobby full of art at a new Brooklyn apartment building -- broke in, and stole it

COURTESY PPB - This collage shows the artworks by Kayla Silber, stolen from The Tristan on May 5. Theres a reward if you can help bring the thieves to justice. Did you see something odd on Wednesday evening, May 5, at The Tristan, the new apartment building on Milwaukie Avenue, at 1415 S.E. Pardee Street?

Portland Police Bureau (PPB) Burglary Division detectives are asking for information about an unusual crime: The theft of valuable art from the lobby of the recently built apartment building that evening.

Investigators learned from the victim that two unknown thieves used a vehicle to push open a security garage gate and gain entrance to the building. Four art pieces by artist Kayla Silber, valued in the thousands of dollars, were stolen from the lobby of the apartment building.

COURTESY PPB - Heres surveillance video of the suspects - and the VW Tiguan they used as a battering ram to smash into the buildings security garage in order to steal art up in the lobby. According to detectives, surveillance video shows the suspect vehicle may have been a Volkswagen Tiguan. Surveillance video also shows two suspects – one appearing to be a woman, wearing blue jeans, tan boots, and a blue hoodie; and a man, wearing a maroon and black athletic suit, and a black mask.

Give information, get cash

Crime Stoppers of Oregon offers cash rewards of up to $2,500 cash for information, reported to Crime Stoppers, that leads to an arrest in this crime; tipsters can remain anonymous. Mention Case #21-06 when you contact them through – www.crimestoppersoforegon.com


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