Six paintings stolen from IJsselstein museum

Six landscape paintings, including three 17th century works by Jan van Goyen, have been stolen from the town museum in IJsselstein near Utrecht, news agency ANP reports.

Thieves broke into the building on Sunday night and made off with the works after setting of the alarm. Two paintings were damaged during the burglary.
On May 1, armed robbers stole two works from the Scheringa Museum for Realism near Alkmaar.

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