« Back to article: The Menil Picasso vandal plot thickens: Police seek suspect & Crime Stoppers offers reward
The whereabouts of Uriel Landeros are unknown as of Friday. Houston Crime Stoppers is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to charges or an arrest.
The painting was tagged with a stencil of a bullfighter and the word "conquista," all spray-painted in gold.
Suspected Picasso vandal Uriel Landeros was charged with criminal mischief and felony graffiti Friday morning in regard to Picasso painting defaced at the Menil Collection.
Courtesy of Crime Stoppers of Houston
Landeros has been spotted at Summer Street Studios. The space many believe he was sharing with a friend was emptied out Wednesday afternoon.
Menil officials report that the stencil has been removed from 1929 Picasso titled Women in a Red Armchair.
Photo by Hickey-Robertson, Houston
Landeros posted the initial news report of the Picasso vandalism on his Facebook page Monday.Uriel Landeros/Facebook