Two Arrested for Rhino-Horn Theft in South Africa, SAPA Reports

Two people arrested in connection with the theft of 112 rhino horns in South Africa will appear in court on burglary and theft charges today, the South African Press Association reported, citing the police.

The horns were stolen from a secured strongroom at the Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency on April 20, Johannesburg-based SAPA reported, citing Paul Ramaloko, a spokesman for the police’s anti-corruption unit known as the Hawks.

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