A $1 Million Manhattan Art Heist

Some rich New Yorkers are missing a lot of fancy art: In November, thieves carved a hole into the wall of a Greenwich Village apartment from the hallway, disabled cameras and made off with nearly $1 million in modern art.

According to CBS Local, the thieves took rare prints of a few Roy Lichtensteins and a brace of Warhols while the owners were out of town. They also stole the recording device from the apartment's surveillance system, which means these guys were probably super cool professional European art thieves who are now skiing in the Alps and stuff.

[Image of Lichtenstein's "Thinking Nude" via CBS Local]