“Lupin” — the popular Netflix show about a master thief — is set to restart production after it became victim to a heist on set during shooting, Variety reports.

What happened: The robbery happened in the neighborhood of Nanterre, which is on the outskirts of Paris, according to Variety.

  • About 20 people wearing masks broke into the set, throwing fireworks.
  • In total, about €300,000 ($333,000) worth of equipment was taken.
  • The show briefly stopped production after the robbery but resumed filming for the third season on Feb. 28.
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What they’re saying: Netflix told Variety “there was an incident on Feb. 25 while filming the upcoming season of ‘Lupin.’ Our cast and crew are safe and there were no injuries.”

Flashback: The set of Netflix’s “The Crown” experienced a robbery, too, as close to $200,000 worth of props were plucked from the set, according to the New York Post.

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What’s next: The third season of “Lupin” is still in production and will be released on Netflix in the near future.

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