Police in Sweden are trying to solve a brazen robbery by thieves who stole two crowns and an orb owned by the Swedish royal family. The priceless gold and jewel-encrusted objects date back to the early 1600s. The suspects got away on a motorboat. Roxana Saberi reports.


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