The heist took place on the ultimate day of the Christie’s ‘Treasures of the Mughals and the Maharajahs’ exhibition at the Doge’s Palace in Venice, Italy. Perhaps the retreat was as a result of a number of members of the gang being caught and charged by police between 2005 and 2009, including two men and a girl who have been arrested over the Comtesse de Vendôme theft. Targeting a museum in Zürich, Switzerland, gang members pulled off the biggest art robbery in European history, hauling off a Monet, a Van Gogh, a Cézanne and a Degas with a mixed worth of more than $AU200 million. South Africa’s first and only, dedicated, on-line consumer-retail journal.
- Analysts speculate a brand new provide will value the company at $US130 per share.
- Another type of theft by distraction occurred in the identical parking zone recently.
- But it’s a blow to an industry already hit