The 12 Most Expensive Thing That Was Stolen And Some Of Them Wonders Us Why!!

Thieves like to steal things that are expensive and makes their life easy for someday until they get ushered into jail! Let's look over the most expensive stolen in the history out of which some of them wonder you why!

Nutella worth $20,000

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About 11,000 pounds of Nutella was stolen from the German town of Bad Hersfeld. I mean it’s worth it to steal Nutella but stealing 11.000 calls out thief as a person who has a serious Nutella addiction.

Hair extensions worth $30,000

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Hair extension theft is pretty common as they’re worth thousands of dollars. While this hair extension was worth $11,000!

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$46,000 worth Cheese

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In 2016, thieves stole 20,000 pounds weighing cheese from a parking lot in Oak Creek, Wisconsin.

Rocket Engine worth $20,000

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In 2012, NASA confiscated Rocket Engine Saturn RL-10 rocket engine that was being auctioned online.

Dinosaur fossil worth $1 Million

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A thief named Prokopi stole  70-million-year-old Tyrannosaurus bataar from Mongolia. The fossil was confiscated by the U.S. government and thief was jailed for three months.

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Ruby Red Slippers.[Approx worth $2 Million]

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The Iconic shoes from Wizard of Oz were stolen from the Judy Garland Museum in Minnesota in 2005. The thieves tried to extort money for their return, but in 2018 the FBI safely recovered them and identified the suspects.

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Maple syrup worth $20 Million

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720,000 gallons of maple syrup was stolen from Quebec, Canada in 2012. While it was recovered, the whole maple reserve was insured.

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The Amber Room $142 Million

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The Amber Room was built by German sculptor and Dutch craftsmen. It was later gifted to Russia and then moved to the Winter House in St. Petersburg first, and then to the Catherine Palace in Pushkin. During World War II, the room was looted by Nazis and was destroyed by a bombing raid.

The Empire State Building Worth $2 Billion

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Sounds like a joke right? But it isn’t a joke. The Daily News stole $2 Billion worth building by digging out the loophole in the city’s system record transactions. They faked the whole paperwork to transfer the property and did the whole thing in 90 minutes! While they returned the building.

Mona Lisa worth $2 Billion

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The iconic  Leonardo da Vinci painting was stolen from the Louvre in 1911. The thief named  Vincenzo Perugia worked as a handyman there and hid in the closet for some time. Two years later the thief was found as he tried to sell to an art dealer.

Inflatable gorilla worth $6,000

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The 30-foot tall inflatable gorilla worth $6,000 was stolen from Simi Valley auto dealership later it was found in local public school. I mean why will someone steal gorilla?

Violin worth $3.5 Million

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The Violin is called Davidoff-Morini Stradivarius and was of Erica Morini. In 1980, the violin was stolen from her NewYork department. However, it was recovered after 35 years.