A British man known as "Fast Eddie" who spent almost twenty years on the run in the U.S. has been jailed for five years. Eddie Maher was wanted for stealing an armored van full of British currency in 1993 worth about 1.2 million pounds at the time. ITV's Asha Tanna reports. (Nightly News)
Daring thieves in Holland walked through a museum side door and stole pieces by Picasso, Monet, Gauguin and Freud. The brazen heist took less than two minutes, with the stolen art totaling tens of millions of dollars. NBC's Duncan Golestani reports. (TODAY)
PFT Live: Too expensive to be a backup, Asante Samuel is likely to get dumped by the Philadelphia Eagles. Florio suggests the cornerback is next on the list of heists pulled by the organization, as the Eagles seek a third round pick for Samuel. (NBC Sports)
TODAY's Al Roker laughs it up with comedian Eddie Murphy, executive producer and actor in his latest film, "Tower Heist," who says it's "been a while" since he's been in a such a controversial role. (TODAY)
Actor Ben Stiller tells the TODAY anchors about his new action-comedy film, "Tower Heist," in which he plays a building manager who is determined to steal back the millions his staff lost at the hands of the building's richest tenant. (TODAY)
Police in Portland, Ore., apprehended a man they believed tried to steal gold from a museum and then tried to hide out in the woods disguised in an elaborate moss costume. TODAY's Ann Curry has more details.