FILE - In this image made available on Thursday, Feb. 27, 2003 shows a police handout photo of safety boxes, jewelry, money, and diamonds which thieves left behind are displayed on the

 

              FILE - In this  image made available on Thursday, Feb. 27, 2003 shows a police handout photo of safety boxes, jewelry, money, and diamonds which thieves left behind are displayed on the
FILE - In this image made available on Thursday, Feb. 27, 2003 shows a police handout photo of safety boxes, jewelry, money, and diamonds which thieves left behind are displayed on the floor of a safe within the high-security vaults of Antwerp's Diamond Center. Robbers taped over security cameras, disabled the alarm system and broke into the high-security underground vaults of the Diamond Center in Antwerp, the world capital of diamond-cutting, and made away with a loot estimated at $100 million. After prying open 123 of the 160 vaults, the thieves stood ankle-deep in a mess of diamonds, gold, jewelry, stocks, bonds, cash and lockboxes strewn on the vault room floor, police then said. The bounty in the 2003 heist was so abundant that they even left a lot behind, probably because they couldn’t carry that much. (AP Photo/Antwerp Police, File)