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Case study: theft of two Buddha figurines from Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Belfast

This article from the Belfast Telegraph discusses the theft of two Buddha figurines in a smash-and-grab raid at Ulster Folk and Transport Museum in Belfast on 28 February 2012.

This case study is relevant to Accreditation requirement 2.8 Expert assessment of security arrangements: ‘The museum must obtain expert security advice for stored and exhibited collections at least every five years, and earlier if needed. It must plan to act on the advice over time.’

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Date created: 2012

Author: Belfast Telegraph

Publisher: Belfast Telegraph