Thieves have stolen a massive 100kg (220lb) gold coin worth millions of euro from Berlin's Bode Museum.
The thieves apparently entered through a window at about 3.30am, before breaking into a cabinet where the Canadian "Big Maple Leaf" coin was kept and escaping with it before police arrived.
A ladder was later found near railway tracks close to the museum.
The 3cm (1.18in) thick coin, with a diameter of 53cm (20.9in), has a face value of over €924,000. By weight alone, however, it would be worth over €4.16 million at current market prices.
The museum said the coin is in the Guinness Book of Records for its purity of 999.99/1000 gold.
It has a portrait of the Queen on one side and Canadian maple leaves on the other.
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