Four famous paintings were stolen in E.G. Bührle’ art museum on Feb 10, 2008. They are Cézanne’s The Boy in the Red VestDegas’ Count Lepic and His DaughtersVan Gogh’s Blossoming Chestnut Branches as well as Claude Monet’s Poppies near Vétheuil. Those paintings were stolen by 3 masked men. The estimated value was around CHF 180 million. The ealiest paintings found were Poppies near Vétheuil and Blossoming Chestnut Branches. They were found in a car parked at the University Psychiatric Clinic in Zurich. Cezanne’s Boy in a Red Waistcoat was found in 2012 in Serbia. The last painting, Degas’ “Ludovic Lepic and His Daughter,” which worth CHF 10 million, were still not missing.