Three suspects arrested one year after the theft of 1 billion euros of German jewelry

Three suspects arrested one year after the theft of 1 billion euros of German jewelry

China News Service, November 17 According to Reuters, German police raided several apartments in Berlin in the early hours of the 17th local time and arrested three suspects in the 2019 theft of the Green Dome Treasure Museum in Dresden.

Data map: On November 25, 2019, a theft occurred in the Green Dome Treasure Museum in the Old Town of Dresden, Germany. It is said that antiques worth nearly 1 billion euros were stolen. The picture shows investigators are investigating the treasure hall.

According to reports, German police searched 18 locations in Berlin that day, including 10 apartments, several vehicles and parking garages, to find lost jewelry, tools, clothing and other possible evidence used in the crime. The search was conducted mainly in the southern part of Berlin.

According to the police, a total of 1,638 officers from across the country and the Federal SWAT team participated in the operation.

On November 25, 2019, the Green Dome Treasure Museum in Dresden was stolen. Four suspects used an axe and a car to concoct the world-shocking theft in only 5 minutes. , Resulting in the theft of more than one hundred pieces of jewelry.

The picture shows the stolen antique jewelry accessories.

Local media claimed that many of the treasures were rare treasures from the 18th century, with an estimated value of more than 1 billion euros.

The German police offered a reward of 500,000 euros, hoping to search for clues to solve the case and find clues about the whereabouts of criminals or stolen items.

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