Norwich: Man In Court Over Rhino Horn

26 November 2012, 10:46

A man's due in court this morning after a rhino's horn was stolen from the Castle Museum in Norwich.

29 year old, Patrick Kiely, of Gypsies Residential Site, in Eleanor Street, Bow, east London, is due to appear at Norwich Crown Court where he denies the theft of a rhino horn from the museum.

Nihad Mahmod, 19, of no fixed address, was last month jailed for two-and-a-half years for attempted theft.

A 21-year-old from Newham, east London, remains on bail.

On the black market, rhino horns can sell for about £50,000 per kilo.

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