Amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, robbers are still on the loose stealing priced possessions.
On Monday, five James Bond guns was stolen from north London. One of the stolen deactivated firearms was the Walther PPK – the last gun used by Roger Moore in A View to a Kill.
Officers were called to a property in Aldersbrook Avenue in Enfield at around 8pm on Monday to a report of a burglary.
The suspects fled the scene before officers arrived after being disturbed by neighbors, who described the intruders as three white males with Eastern European accents.
It is believed the suspects forced entry into the rear of the premises and stole five firearms used in James Bond films, estimated to be worth more than £100,000.
Beretta “Cheetah” and Beretta “Tomcat” pistols from Die Another Day and the Walther PPK handgun used in A View to a Kill were reported to have been taken.
The other stolen weapons are understood to be a Revolver Smith and Wesson 44 Magnum featured in Live and Let Die and a Llama 22 caliber handgun from Die Another Day.
The release date for new James Bond film No Time To Die has been pushed back seven months due to coronavirus.