Lloyd's of London has offered up to €1m (£864,000) for information leading to the recovery of jewels stolen from a Cannes hotel.
"A reward of up to €1m pro rata is offered to the first person who provides information which leads to recovery of the goods. Offer subject to certain conditions," the insurer said in a statement.
An armed man pulled off a brazen daylight heist in at the luxury Carlton Hotel on July 28, in one of the world's biggest ever jewellery thefts.
The jewels had an estimated value of £88.48m.
Carrying a semi-automatic pistol, his head covered with a cloth, the robber stole jewels that were part of an exhibition by a group owned by Israeli billionaire Lev Leviev.
Authorities say the man escaped with "all kinds of different" jewellery, including "rings, pendants, and earrings encrusted with diamonds."
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