In Moscow, the capital of Russia, the court sentenced the three-year prison sentence to a maximum security prison for the person who stole the Crimean painting of Russian artist Arhip Kuinci from the Tretyakov Gallery, one of the country's most important art museums.
In Moscow, the court said, ocak Ay Petri, from the Tretyakov Gallery in January, where Arhip Kuinci depicted the summit of the same name in the Crimean Mountains. Denis Chuprikov, who stole the Crimean painting and was later arrested, sentenced him to three years in prison for theft of valuables.
Chuprikov will remain in a high-security prison.
‘MY PURPOSE WAS INTERESTED, I WILL TAKE BACK’
Chuprikov confessed to the crime and hiding the painting at a nearby construction site, Chuprikov said that his aim was to attract attention.
Chuprikov said in the hearing: götür I was going to take the painting where I bought it and hang it again. There's no way I can take it back. The FSB (Russian Federal Security Service) works faster. ”
Russian state television security camera footage of Chuprikov'un, 12 million rubles (about 1 million Turkish lira) worth of the table calmly passed through the wall and dozens of visitors were seen.