The need for security got hammered home again as news of the daring heist at the Kunstha Museum in the Netherlands hit the global news. According to the NEW YORK POST, seven paintings by Picasso, Matisse, and Monet, worth hundreds of millions of dollars, were stolen from the museum. They belonged to the Triton Foundation. Videotapes of the heist put the theft as happening about 3 A.M.
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