There are 10 new sculptures found in the estate of merchant Raul Schuller, located in San Francisco de Mostazal, O'Higgins. Some come from the general cemetery, others from the Catholic Church in Santiago and from the Quillot Cemetery. One of them is made of iron and costs more than 200 million dollars.
This was at least suggested by Commissioner Luis Mardones, head of the Metropolitan Organization's PDI. "One of the sculptures we found again was iron, imported from France, and it cost over $ 200 million."
Avalúo is difficult
It belongs to a work that was stolen from the Catholic cemetery in Santiago, but it was not the only one. In fact, the Commissioner said they still can not quantify the value of everything in the middle, which includes work of all kinds.
In fact Mardones said that "there are species that have to do with machines and other species of Mapuche origin."
"Rating continues to grow in an impressive way," he added, pointing out that Wednesday's finding was on what had happened last weekend.
It will be formalized in December
On the other hand, Ombudsman's regional prosecutor, Emiliano Arias, said that the participation of organized gangs was investigated for this case.
"This investigation has been going on for several months, but will continue because of the characteristics of the crime, it is clear that it has not been committed by one person: we are talking about a crime committed by an organization that at least means someone who, someone who steals and someone who carries" the pursuer added.
It is worth mentioning that these works will be added to what appeared last week in the house of Raul Schüler. Actually, the judiciary set a formal hearing for the employer on 20 December.