The staff at the Natural History Museum at Tring cleverly replaced the real horns with fake ones due to the recent hits on rhino horns at Museums. So the dumb ass thieves did not realise they had been had. All they know is, the horn is worth money (due to some Chinese belief that powdered rhino horn can cure cancer, snakebites, hallucinations, typhoid, headaches, carbuncles, vomiting, food poisoning, and “devil possession (come on get real!).
But no news on whether they had any CCTV positioned at the entrance or on the horns to help catch the thieves. Surely they should have gone the extra mile, hope so.
“The horn itself has now become so sought after it is worth more than diamonds, gold, heroin and cocaine”