Thieves Steal Jewels Worth Millions From Italian Palace


The theft occurred on Wednesday during the last day of a globally-renowned jewelry exhibition.

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In a heist reminiscent of an Ocean’s Eleven film – or a Tintin adventure – thieves stole exquisite jewellery from a collection of Indian maharajahs’ treasures on display in the Doge’s Palace in Venice on Wednesday.

The jewellery, believed to include bracelets and necklaces, was brazenly swiped on the final day of the exhibition, which opened in September. The items were taken from a display case by one or possibly two men, who were caught on CCTV cameras but managed to escape.

Continue reading at The Telegraph. 

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