Seven paintings were stolen in the early morning hours at the Kunstal museum in Rotterdam: Picasso's Harlequin Head, 1971; Monet's Waterloo Bridge, London, 1901, and Charing Cross Bridge, London; Henri Matisse's Reading Girl in White and Yellow, 1919; Paul Gauguin's Girl in Front of Open Window, 1898; Meyer de Haan's Self-Portrait, circa 1890, and Lucian Freud's 2002 Woman with Eyes Closed. The estimated worth? Hundreds of millions of euros! I can't imagine what it takes to do something like this, or what it would be like to have the paintings in one's possession, but apparently there are those out there who are willing to risk much to attain them. More info may be found HERE.