(NBC News) Janelle Griffith Oct. 15 2019 11:31 PM A suspect who carried a $20000 Salvador Dali painting out of a San Francisco art gallery while it was open and the director was present is being sought by police. The painting titled Surrealistic Bullfight: Burning Giraffe was stolen Sunday from Dennis Rae Fine Art the gallerys co-owner David Schach told NBC News on Tuesday. It is worth an estimated $20000 Schach said. According to the San Francisco Police Department the piece was taken sometime between 4:40 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. Security footage showed a man carrying a large frame on Geary Boulevard toward Union Square Schach said. The gallery does not lock up its art so the suspect just grabbed it off the wall Schach said. It happened quickly he said. The gallery director was speaking with other customers at the time of the theft.