Police are investigating after two painting were taken from a home in Tiny Township.
The Southern Georgian Bay detachment of the OPP were called to the home on the 15th concession just before 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 18th, 2013 after receiving a call from an alarm monitoring company.
When officers arrived they found that two paintings were stolen from the home sometime between Monday Dec. 16, 2013 and Wednesday Dec. 18, 2013.
The paintings, which measure 8’ and 3’, were painted by artist “Morrisseau” and are valued at $200,000.

Brazen thieves steal £40,000 of antique jewellery

One of the antique rings stolen from Shapes Furniture and Auction house on Saturday.
One of the antique rings stolen from Shapes Furniture and Auction house on Saturday.
ANTIQUE jewellery worth £40,000 has been stolen after a break-in at a store in Edinburgh.
Shapes Interior Design and Furniture store on Bankhead Medway was broken into in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Thieves made off with a haul of valuables including several distinctive gold and diamond rings.
Police are now appealing for witnesses following the high value break-in, described as a “brazen” crime.
Detective Constable Joyce Gunderson from Police Scotland said: “This was a brazen crime which has led to the theft of antique jewellery worth thousands of pounds, being stolen.
“We are appealing to anyone who was in the area around the time of the incident, who noticed anything suspicious, to contact police as a matter of urgency.
“Similarly anyone who believes they have been offered the stolen items for sale, or has any other information that can assist our inquiries, should also get in touch.”

Father and daughter of works of art thieves: steal a 'Guido Reni'
Amounted to € 100 thousand the value of the stolen goods taken away from a building in the historic center New Year's Eve and moved into an apartment on Via Collegio di Spagna
Art for around 100 thousand Euros in value, stolen New Year's Eve and hidden in an apartment, a short walk from the house from which they had been stolen. It's the 'booty', recovered yesterday and in record time, from the core protection of the cultural heritage of the Carabinieri Bologna, who also arrested a father and a daughter, 47 and 27 years for receiving stolen goods.
The two Calabrian transplanted in the city ', in New Year's Eve had entered a house in the center and stole a painting by Guido Reni, eleven other ancient paintings of the Bolognese school of the sixteenth century, two ancient vases in ceramic and glass, three watches antique table including a Parisian bronze three watches of high quality and 24 items of miscellaneous varies.
The value of stolen property recovered is around 100 thousand Euros.
To make known are the Police, who yesterday raided an apartment, arrested the 'little family' that now will be 'processed for summary and recovered the stolen goods, which will be back' in the hands of its rightful owners.
The police arrived at the two thanks to the antique dealer who had been contacted for the assignment. Man and 'suspicious, and in recent days has notified the military, which yesterday raided a building in Via Collegio di Spagna where the three had gathered to view the works. The theft and 'was committed on the night of December 31 in the Piazza San Giovanni in Monte. The thieves climbed on scaffolding and had forced a window.
400 million in stolen paintings in Romanian flat

In a flat in the Romanian city of Sibiu are 22 paintings found with an estimated value of 400 million euros. The paintings were stolen from chapels in Italy ten years ago.
The value of the collection of works from the Renaissance is estimated by the police at least 400 million euros. But experts say the oil paintings are worth much more even. The oldest works are from the 15th century.
The Romanian police entered the collection by accident on the track after a search of the apartment, because the resident was suspected of theft of icons from Romanian churches. The agents found in the house many paintings and made it international reporting. Then the Italian police came into action, who traveled to Romania.

Historic stolen silver chalice and patens recovered

St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast
St Anne's Cathedral in Belfast

A historic silver chalice and patens stolen from the library at St Anne’s Cathedral in Belfast on October 10 have been recovered.
The Dean of Belfast, the Very Rev John Mann, yesterday said: “Needless to say that I am delighted and relieved to hear that the stolen cathedral silver plate has been found, and that St Anne’s will have it back soon.
“These communion vessels are important to us, not for their monetary worth, which is comparatively small, but for their historic and sacramental connection with the cathedral worshipping community, and to the old St Anne’s church which stood on the site before the cathedral was built.”
A PSNI spokesman said: “Following a report from a member of the public, the silver chalice and patens reported stolen from St Anne’s Cathedral have been recovered by police, identified by staff from the cathedral and in due course will be returned to the cathedral.”