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VIP-tourist lost $200.000 Hellmuth watch in Neva River
3.07.2007 14:22
VIP-tourist lost $200.000 Hellmuth watch in Neva River

St. Petersburg divers are going to pick up the $200.000 Hellmuth wristwatch with diamonds, belonging to a VIP-tourist, from the muddy bottom of the Neva River. The tourist, whose name is kept secret, has accidentally dropped it into water; the owner offers a $10.000 reward to the person who finds the watch. It is known that the number of this watch model is limited and it cannot be bought in Russia.
      The first attempts of the divers to find the valuable thing have failed and now it is planned to resume the search on July 5, Thursday, after special equipment arrives a metal detector that can be programmed to seek a particular kind of metal. This means that the watch will lie on the river bottom for two days, if somebody does not find it earlier than the divers. The whole operation is expected to take two hours.
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