This is a real stickup: Brazilian police say gunmen have stolen hundreds of thousands of stickers for World Cup photo albums.
The Sao Paulo Public Safety Department says five heavily armed men held up the company that distributes the stickers and got away with 675,000 of them. No one was hurt and the assailants are still at large.
Police said Friday that the stolen stickers were worth 101,000 reals ($57,386).
Sticker book albums are highly popular in Brazil, where they are sold at newsstands.
Police say the stolen goods might be traded on the Internet.