Case study: theft of rhino horn from Ipswich Museum

These articles from The Telegraph and BBC News discuss the theft of a rhino horn from Ipswich Museum on 28 July 2011 in closed hours. The thieves forced entry through a back door, set off the intruder alarm and wrenched the horn off the rhino on open display in around 5 minutes.

This case study is relevant to Accreditation requirement 3.2: A risk assessment of security arrangements.

Clicking the links on this page will open these resources to view on the Telegraph and BBC News websites.

Date created: 2011

Author: The Telegraph; BBC News

Publisher: The Telegraph; BBC News