Thieves tie up elderly French chateau owners 2m-euro heist

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The owners of France's prized 17th-century Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte, Patrice de Vogue, 78, and his wife and Cristina, 90, were tied up in their private apartments during an overnight robbery by a gang which escaped with cash and valuables estimated to be worth a total of 2 million euros.

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French police are hunting for burglars who tied up the owner’s of one France’s renowned chateaux overnight and made off with 2 million euros- worth of valuables, reports The Telegraph.