Customers and a camera man stand in front of a Berlin bank Monday Jan. 14, 2013. German police say a 30-meter (100-foot) tunnel dug by robbers who raided the Berlin bank was "very professional" and must have taken weeks or even months to complete. Berlin police spokesman Thomas Neuendorf says the tunnel led from an underground garage beneath a green space into the bank's safe deposit room. Neuendorf told The Associated Press on Monday that the tunnel was elaborately constructed and even had ceiling supports to stop it collapsing. Police are still trying to determine what valuables were stolen from the deposit boxes. (AP Photo/dapd/ Tobias Koch)

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Customers and a camera man stand in front of a Berlin bank Monday Jan. 14, 2013.   German police say a 30-meter (100-foot) tunnel dug by robbers who raided the  Berlin bank was "very professional" and must have taken weeks or even months to complete.  Berlin police spokesman Thomas Neuendorf says the tunnel led from an  underground garage beneath a green space into the bank's safe deposit room.  Neuendorf told The Associated Press on Monday that the tunnel was elaborately constructed and even had ceiling supports to stop it collapsing.   Police are still trying to determine what valuables were stolen from the deposit boxes. (AP Photo/dapd/ Tobias Koch)
Customers and a camera man stand in front of a Berlin bank Monday Jan. 14, 2013. German police say a 30-meter (100-foot) tunnel dug by robbers who raided the Berlin bank was "very professional" and must have taken weeks or even months to complete. Berlin police spokesman Thomas Neuendorf says the tunnel led from an underground garage beneath a green space into the bank's safe deposit room. Neuendorf told The Associated Press on Monday that the tunnel was elaborately constructed and even had ceiling supports to stop it collapsing. Police are still trying to determine what valuables were stolen from the deposit boxes. (AP Photo/dapd/ Tobias Koch)
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