Police have released CCTV of three men they wish to speak to after stuffed rhinos had their horns ripped off by thieves hoping to cash in on the lucrative trade in wild animal parts.
Staff at the Powell-Cotton Museum at Quex Park in Birchington had replaced the valuable horns with fakes, which were hacked off the exhibits by the thieves.
They replaced the horns with fakes after rare black rhino horn was stolen from Drusilla's Wildlife Park in Sussex last year.
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