French police have said they are urgently hunting the armed man who today robbed the Carlton Hotel in Cannes of jewellery worth 40 million euros (£34 million) in broad daylight.
A Cannes police spokesman, quoted by the BBC, said: "A full and urgent operation is under way to catch the culprit and recover these jewels. Thieves see Cannes as rich pickings."
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