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Titanic necklace stolen from exhibit in Denmark

Tuesday, September 20, 2011
In this undated photo made available Monday Sept. 19, 2011, showing the gold-plated necklace which was recovered from the wreckage of the Titanic, which has been stolen from a display at Copenhagens Tivoli amusement park. Park spokesman Torben Planks says the jewelry disappeared Saturday morning, but the alarm did not sound and police are investigating the theft of the necklace. The necklace was owned by first class passenger Eleanor Wildener of Philadelphia who survived the Titanic sinking, and is valued at about 14,000 euro (US dlrs 19,300). (AP Photo/POLFOTO)

In this undated photo made available Monday Sept. 19, 2011, showing the gold-plated necklace which was recovered from the wreckage of the Titanic, which has been stolen from a display at Copenhagen's Tivoli amusement park. Park spokesman Torben Planks says the jewelry disappeared Saturday morning, but the alarm did not sound and police are investigating the theft of the necklace. The necklace was owned by first class passenger Eleanor Wildener of Philadelphia who survived the Titanic sinking, and is valued at about 14,000 euro (US dlrs 19,300). (AP Photo/POLFOTO)

A gold-plated necklace recovered from the Titanic has been stolen from an exhibition at an amusement park in Denmark.

The necklace was owned by a first-class passenger who survived the titanic sinking. Authorities say an alarm never sounded at the park on Saturday because the showcase it was stored in - wasn't broken.

The necklace has an insurance value of more than $19 thousand. A $13 hundred reward has been offered for information leading to the recovery of the necklace.

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