STRÄNGNÄS – Thieves are to get started with some of the crown jewels of the Swedish royal family. The two crowns, and a royal ball in a cathedral, in the place Strängnäs in closed glass showcases layers.
According to British media gristen two men the jewelry from the display cases and fled in a speedboat. The police yanked out with helicopters but the thieves are missing.
The two crowns on the death of king Charles IX of Sweden in 1611 were made. The crowns were later excavated and exhibited.
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