FAST FIVE: Millions Of Euros Of Celtic Gold Stolen From Bavarian Museum In 9 Minute Heist

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Millions Of Euros Of Celtic Gold Stolen From Bavarian Museum In 9 Minute Heist Burglars in Bavaria have stolen 'several million euros' worth of gold from a Celtic Roman Museum in Manching near Ingolstadt, Die Welt reports.

At 1:26 a.m., an outside door was pried open, said the Vice President of the State Criminal Police Office, Guido Limmer, on Wednesday in Manching near Ingolstadt.

A single Big Maple Leaf had a market value of about $4 million as of March 2017.

-Arkeonews.net The “big maple leaf,” which is regarded as the second-largest gold coin in the world, was taken from Berlin's esteemed Bode museum in 2017 in another numismatic robbery.

According to Guido Limmer, VP of the State Criminal Police Office, there are “parallels” between the cases, though actual  connections are unknown.

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