Jewels worth millions stolen from exhibition in Venice

Thieves walked into exhibition of Indian and Indian-inspired gems and artefacts Jewelled golden brooch and a pair of earrings was swiped from a display case Jewellery worth millions owned by Qatari Sheikh Hamad bin Abdullah al-Thani

By Alex Matthews For Mailonline

Published: 19:54 GMT, 3 January 2018 | Updated: 20:01 GMT, 3 January 2018

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Famed Indian jewels worth millions have been stolen from an exhibition at Venice's Doge's Palace after expert thieves delayed the alarms. 

The gang are believed to have entered the exhibition of Indian and Indian-inspired gems and artefacts while mixing with other visitors. 

Then, while one kept watch, another opened the display case and grabbed a jewelled golden brooch and a pair of earrings.

Jewels are on display at the 'Treasures of the Mughals and Maharajahs' Exibithion at Venice's Doge's Palace in Venice

Jewels are on display at the 'Treasures of the Mughals and Maharajahs' Exibithion at Venice's Doge's Palace in

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