Cops issue new appeal to find James Bond guns stolen in London heist
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India, Sept. 21 -- Scotland Yard on Monday issued a new appeal for information related to a burglary in north London in which five firearms used in iconic James Bond films were stolen on March 23 when they were due to be showcased in a national exhibition.
The guns were stolen from a house in Enfield. The police released new CCTV footage that shows a vehicle parked on the street where the offence took place before the burglary. The suspects are described as three white men with eastern European accents.
One Beretta 'Cheetah' Auto Pistol featured in Die Another Day; one Walter PP featured in A View to a Kill; one Revolver Smith and Weston 44 Magnum featured in Live & Let Die; one Beretta 'Tomcat' Auto pistol featured in Die Another Day; ...
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