Titanic necklace stolen from exhibit in Denmark
FRESNO, California (KFSN) -- 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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