According to law enforcement, the priceless royal jewels of Sweden, which were snatched in July last year, can now be returned.
An online application says that security forces are “actively working” to reaffirm the authenticity of these details.
The criminals stole two crowns and a ball affiliating to one of the 17th-century Swedish monarchs as setting off on a speedboat on a nearby lake.
The application says that a accused is currently on court for theft, but the officials are still searching for “other criminals.”
The objects are decorated with pearls, precious stones and gold, and they were sneak from the committal regalia of Charles IX and Queen Christina in 1611.
An officials spokesman at the details called them “priceless details of national interest.”