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Thieves carried out an impressive jewel heist in London a couple weeks ago that is pretty much straight out of a Hollywood blockbuster.
The robbers disabled the elevator on the second floor and climbed down the shaft to the basement where the vault is located.

The vault door looks too difficult to crack.

So they drilled their way through the 20-inch thick concrete to get to the safety deposit boxes.

The hole is only 18 inches wide by 10 inches high.

But that was enough for them to get inside and into about 70 of the deposit boxes. They walked away with $300 million worth of cash and jewels.

Check out this interactive map detailing how police suspect it all went down.

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The worst part is, an alarm did go off but “no police response was deemed to be required.” Oops!

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