Flemish daily De Standaard has a curious article (in Dutch) on the search led by police authorities in the crypt of the great Cathedral of the Primate of the Low Countries, Sint-Romboutskathedraal, in Mechlin, Flanders (which would be comic, if not for the tragic circumstances which led to the search).
The Cathedral guide himself did not think there was much of a desecration of the crypt. Two tiny holes were drilled and two small cameras were inserted in the crypt, in which the remains of Council leader Cardinal Suenens are buried. Nothing of interest was found, so the crypt was left otherwise untouched.
Then, the investigators turned to the tomb of Cardinal Mercier (the Ecumenist), also in Saint Rumbold's, which seemed to have had some recent works done to it. It was so tightly shut that they were not able to find any way to verify if there was anything of interest in it, and left it alone.