Italian police discover 'biggest ever' antiquity collection
In the biggest operation of its kind, Italian police have uncovered what they say is a treasure trove of more than 5,000 stolen antiquities.
The objects include splendidly decorated vases, delicate frescoes and statues, and fine bronze breastplates.
The collection, which is believed to be worth more than 40m euros (£33m), was discovered during a series of raids on warehouses in Switzerland owned by a Sicilian art dealer.
Tim Allman reports.
22 Jan 2015