The search for a Nazi treasure buried in the Dutch village of Ommeren has come to an end, with officials concluding that the gold is no longer there.
The story of the treasure began in 1944, when four German soldiers allegedly buried a horde of riches in a field near the village. The treasure was said to consist of gold, jewels, watches, diamonds and gemstones, worth over $15 million in today's money.
The treasure map was discovered in the National Archives of the Netherlands earlier this year, and amateur treasure hunters soon descended on Ommeren in search of the loot.
The search for the treasure was intense, with treasure hunters using metal detectors, ground-penetrating radar, and even dogs to try and find the buried treasure. However, after several months of searching, no trace of the treasure was found.