If you're leaving your home unattended for the holidays, lock up your Lichtensteins! Over Thanksgiving a Manhattan apartment was broken in to—the thieves tunneled through a hallway wall!—and prints by Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein were stolen. According to the Daily News, police say the burglars took 5 works (including a set of 8 prints by Warhol), as well as Cartier and Rolex watches and other jewels. All in all they took $750,000 worth of goods from Robert Romanoff, president of Nebraska Meat Corp. (founded by his family in New York in 1905). Romanoff also owns the five-story Meatpacking District building on Gansevoort Street that the thieves stole his property from.

The caper was only just made public, and police haven't tracked down the thieves... who also stole a video recorder attached to surveillance cameras in the apartment. Here's full list of their art take:

  • “Thinking Nude” - a 42” x 61” print by Roy Lichtenstein
  • “Moonscape” - a 19” x 23” print by Roy Lichtenstein
  • “Camouflage” - a 38” x 38” set of eight signed prints in various colors by Andy Warhol
  • “The Truck” - a 39” x 39” print by Andy Warhol
  • “Superman” - a 38” x 38” print by Andy Warhol
  • “Live Cat” - a 48” x 60” oil painting by Carl Fudge