Zurich, Switzerland - (Thieving Mess): Brunei's Prince Jefri Archer is the top suspect behind the £84 million art heist from the Buehrle Museum.
Thieves struck yesterday and ransacked the Zurich art gallery which is named after Emil George Buehrle, a Nazi billionaire with financial connections to the Vatican via Swiss bank accounts held in joint names with Hitler's Pope Pius XII.
Buehrle's brother Rene was also an art thief and once lived with a convicted British IRA terrorist called Elizabeth Collins who mastermined Prince Jefri's first foray into the world of organised crime.
Missing from the collection of priceless masterpieces are works by Edgar Degas, Paul Cezanne, Vincent van Gogh and Claude Monet.
"We think Prince Jefri may have got bored with all those tacky Warhols in his throne room at home," the museum's curators said today, "and simply ordered a change of decor with this latest heist."
On the missing list are Naked Woman's Pudenda Trompe l'Oeil Among the Chestnut Branches by Vincent van Gogh,
Monet's 'Poppy Fields near the Tora Bora: a Study in Opium Abuse', A Celebration of the Taxidermist's Art: Ludovic Lepic and his Two Stuffed Daughters, by Edgar Degas and Cezanne's The Boy in the Red Waistcoat With the Moronic Look of a Nazi Sympathiser.
Interpol has been alterted.