Just one month after the $100m diamond caper, a new heist has come off clean. This time, thieves stole $250,000 in artwork by Picasso and Matisse from a Berlin gallery. Not as many details on how this one went down, but it seems again that the jobless situation has perhaps caused smart people to answer their dark callings and seek their money in more clever ways.
You can move stolen diamonds more easily than art, since art is one of a kind. So it’s hard to say how the money will actually come to this crew. Even harder to say how they got in and out with the art. The report said the gallery doors were pried open. But if they got away it was probably much more clever…probably like this surveillance video.