In the same location where 90 people were killed by Islamic militants three years ago, world-renowned street artist BANKSY painted a mural on a door commemorating the victims, but his artwork was stolen over the weekend.

The mural, which was painted on a fire exit of Paris’ Bataclan theater, was one of a series of murals painted last June in the French capital and attributed to Banksy, showed a veiled female figure in a mournful pose.

Thieves with a van had stolen the door on which the mural was painted the previous night, a police source told the media.

The Bataclan theater was stormed by militants during a rock concert in November 2015, as part of coordinated attacks in and around Paris that killed 130 people.