600k Stolen From Northern Virginia Tourneau Watch Store
Tuesday’s heist at the Fashion Centre at northern Virginia’s Pentagon City Mall took about 30 seconds. Police say the suspects fled in a car driven by a fifth person. On Feb. 4, four masked men walked into another jewelry store at the Fashion Centre, shattered a display case with hammers and made off with $128,000 in rings. The men fled in a car driven by a fifth person.
Police have not said if they believe the two crimes are related.
Rotterdam Art HeistFile This photo released by the police in Rotterdam, Netherlands, on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2012, shows the 1971 painting ‘Harlequin Head’ by Pablo Picasso. 22, 2013, but the stolen works have not been recovered. The seven pieces were swiped by thieves in October in a late night raid at the Kunsthal gallery in downtown Rotterdam. It was the biggest art theft in more than a decade in the Netherlands. The stolen works have an estimated value of tens of millions of dollars if they were sold at auction, but art experts said that would be impossible following the theft. (AP Photo / Police Rotterdam, File)
Paris TheftNotices posted at the entrance of the Paris Museum of Modern Art, in Paris, saying that the museum is closed for technical reasons, following the report of five paintings having been stolen, Thursday May 20, 2010. Police and prosecutors say a lone thief has stolen five paintings worth a total of Euros 500 million ($613 million), including works by Picasso and Matisse and Modigliani. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon)
Zurich Art TheftIn this undated file photo released Monday Feb. Buehrle Collection, in Zurich, Switzerland. A Rotterdam museum art heist this week netted paintings by Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet, Henri Matisse and others but it’s not the first time that moneyconscious thieves with an eye for beauty have targeted famous multimilliondollar canvasses. Buehrle Collection, File) MANDATORY CREDIT
Double Picasso TheftParis, FRANCE: Picture taken 28 February 2007 of the front of the Paris home of Pablo Picasso’s granddaughter where two Picasso’s paintings worth a total of 50 million euros were stolen. The works, a painting of Picasso’s daughter called ‘Maya with Doll’ and a portrait of his second wife Jacqueline, were stolen in the night of 26 February to 27 February 2007 from the apartment in Paris’ upmarket seventh district. AFP PHOTO STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN (Photo credit should read STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN/AFP/Getty Images)
Rio de Janeiro Art HeistThis painting by Claude Monet was stolen from the Museu Chcara do Cu, Rio de Janeiro, in 2006, together with three other works by Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dal, and Henri Matisse. The paintings haven’t been recovered yet.
Munch TheftOslo, NORWAY: (FILES) A file photo provided 23 August 2004 shows Edvard Munch’s ‘Madonna,’ which was stolen 22 August 2004 with another painting ‘The Scream’ from the Munch Museum in Oslo by armed robbers. Edvard Munch’s masterpieces ‘The Scream’ and ‘Madonna’, stolen in a dramatic 2004 heist from an Oslo museum, have been recovered, Norwegian police said on Thursday. AFP PHOTO / SIDSEL DE JONG / SCANPIX (Photo credit should read SIDSEL DE JONG/AFP/Getty Images)
Da Vinci TheftDUMFRIES, UNITED KINGDOM OCTOBER 05: The Duke of Buccleuch stands in the hall of Drumlanrig Castle, where a Leonardo de Vinci painting was stolen in 2003, on October 5, 2007 in Dumfries, Scotland. Police have today recovered ‘The Madonna with the Yardwinder’ painting from a solicitor’s office in Glasgow. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
Van Gogh Museum Art HeistPolicemen remove a rope, used by thieves to leave early, 07 December 2002, when they left Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum, where they stole two paintings of the famous Dutch impressionist Vincent Van Gogh. (Photo credit should read TOUSSAINT KLUITERS/AFP/Getty Images)
Stockholm National Museum TheftHooded thieves stole a selfportrait by Rembrandt and two Renoir paintings worth an estimated $36 million from Stockholm’s waterfront National Museum in December, 2000 using a motorboat in their escape. All paintings were recovered.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum RobberyUnited States Attorney Carmen Ortiz, right, stands next to a poster that shows a Rembrandt painting and a reward, left, while facing reporters during a news conference at FBI headquarters in Boston, Monday, March 18, 2013. The FBI believes it knows the identities of the thieves who stole art valued at up to $500 million from Boston’s Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum more than two decades ago. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)