They cut off the internet for the whole city and robbed hundreds of gold coins

They cut off the internet for the whole city and robbed hundreds of gold coins
They cut off the internet for the whole city and robbed hundreds of gold coins

Museum staff in Germany discovered a broken display case after it became clear that gold coins worth millions had been stolen from it. The daring robbery took place on Tuesday in the early hours of the morning. The thieves cut off the entire city from the internet and telephone

Workers at a museum in the town of Münching in Bavaria – Germany discovered a broken display case containing 450 Celtic coins from the Iron Age period worth several million euros that were looted in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Local police told local media that “a store window was broken,” though investigators did not provide any further clues as to who or what might be behind the robbery, police are investigating.

“The loss of the Celtic treasure is a disaster,” said Bavaria’s Minister of Science and Arts, Markus Blum, “as a testament to our history, there is no substitute for the gold coins.” The authorities reported that there was a malfunction in the telephone and internet services at the time. Mayor Herbert Narb told the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, “They cut off all of Manching from the internet and the phone, the museum is actually a high security place. But all the lines to the police were cut off,” he added.

Nerev said the looting of the 450 gold coins was a “total catastrophe” for his city. The coins were discovered in 1999, they date to the third century BC. The treasure was discovered near Ingolstadt in 1999, and investigators are still wondering how the unknown criminals went about it and whether they had inside help.


The article is Hebrew

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