The Associated Press BERLIN (AP) — A brazen burglary Monday at a German museum holding priceless treasures is another in a long history of daring European heists over the years. German police said it was too early to estimate the value of the items stolen from Dresden's Green Vault, one of the world's oldest museums, and museum officials called the objects "priceless." Here's a look at some other spectacular thefts in Europe in recent years: SWEDISH SMASH AND GRAB In a daring daytime heist, thieves in Sweden smashed glass show cases inside a cathedral and snatched 17th-century royal treasures estimated to be worth 65 million kronor ($7 million) last year. They made their getaway on stolen bicycles and then fled by motorboat via the vast system of lakes west of Stockholm. The two
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