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Banksy Art’stolen’ in Paris

Last updated on September 3, 2019

A work of art by Banksy that emerged out the Pompidou Centre in Paris in 2018 was”stolen” immediately, the cultural distance said on Tuesday.

The stencil was on display close to the center in central Paris, in which it had been protected with a plastic guard. Now, however, it’s vanished.

The picture of a cloaked rat holding a knife has been painted on the rear of a traffic signal in Paris’ 4th arrondissement, press reports stated.

Banksy, who keeps his identity a closely guarded secret, seldom confirms whether he’s behind functions of street art, but he’d shared a picture of the Paris sketch onto his Instagram feed back in 2018.

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The Pompidou Centre said it was taking legal actions within the bit’s disappearance.

The authorities confirmed that the art had gone missing some time immediately on Sunday, along with an investigation was underway.

The French funds hosts many works of art by Banksy, born in the united kingdom in 1974 and whose identity isn’t publicly known.