German media have confirmed that on Monday, thieves stole a gold coin from Berlin's Bode Museum with face value of 1 million dollars (920,000 euros), and a weight of 100 kilos.
The stolen coin is known as «Big Maple Leaf«, A commemorative piece issued by the Canadian Mint in 2007 and depicting Queen Elizabeth II.
On their Twitter channel, the German police explained that the thieves probably used a ladder near a train track to enter the museum at 3:30 am (local time).
The Berlin Bode Museum It houses one of the largest coin collections in the world, including 102,000 ancient Greek coins and more than 50,000 Roman coins.
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