Two treasure hunters who have been digging for a Nazi Gold train believed to be buried in southwest Poland given up after two weeks and zero results. According to their spokesman ,they shut down operations when the digging proved to be fruitless. The search results from a media frenzy sparked in August 2015 when German national Andreas Richter and Piotr Koper a pole claimed to have located an armored Nazi-era train using ground-penetrating radar. They said they had discovered several carriages measuring 98 meters long buried some eight to nine meters underground. They said they believed that contents were mostly weapons stolen by Nazis. The Nazis made prisoners of war dig a network of tunnels in the area and some locals have claimed that Germans tried to stash the loot there in early 1945 as the Soviet Union’s Red Army closed in.