The Art Of The Steal: Greatest Art Heists In History Plus Egypt’s Hunt For A Van Gogh

A landscape by Rembrandt, a Delacroix painting, a work by Gainsborough, jewels, figurines, and other works estimated to be worth $2 million were stolen from the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts on September 4, 1972. Reports at the time stated that the three masked and armed men knew what they were taking and went immediately for the good stuff.
Status: As yet undiscovered.