In a story July 14 about stolen artwork, The Associated Press erroneously reported, based on information from Hoboken, N.J., police, that authorities had recovered a $350,000 Picasso from the New Jersey apartment of Mark Lugo and that it had been reported stolen from a New York hotel. New York City police later said the $350,000 drawing was by French artist Fernand Leger, not Picasso, and was reported stolen from the New York hotel. They said a Picasso also found at the apartment was valued at $30,000 and was stolen from a Manhattan art gallery.
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