Thursday, March 30, 2017

"Their theory for now is that the thieves dragged the coin through the museum, out the window and then along the railway track, possibly reaching a park on the opposite bank of the river near the Hackescher Markt, a public square in Berlin that is home to a number of late-night bars and cafes."

Thieves stole a 220-pound gold coin -- about the weight of a refrigerator -- from a museum in Berlin.