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Another art print slashed and stolen from the Denver Art Museum

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Looks like yet another art print on a temporary display at the Denver Art Museum has been sliced out and stolen by some sneaky sneak.

This brings the count to four. Whereas all of the previous thefts were rock art posters from the museum's Psychedelic Experience show, the latest print to disappear featured... Spanish Colonial Art?

Could this be a sign that the thief or theives' tastes are evolving? Maybe they're taking an art history class? Might the city's other classic works of public art be at risk? Somebody better keep an eye on the Dancers.

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