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German media is reporting no less than nine cars customized for the new James Bond movie were stolen.

It was only a few hours ago when the name and car for the 24th James Bond movie were revealed and now we have some bad news coming from Neuss, near Dusseldorf where nine vehicles prepared specifically for the movie were stolen. Five of them were Range Rover Sport models and together with the other four cars were stolen from the Land Rover Training Center.

All nine vehicles which had a combined value estimated at €800,000 were being prepared for transportation on a movie set established somewhere in the Alps but now most likely the filming has been pushed back until new cars will be customized. What's even more upsetting is the fact that the act of crime was done by professionals as so far German police wasn’t able to detect any traces while all nine cars are still missing.

Gallery: Nine cars prepared for James Bond SPECTRE filming stolen in Germany

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