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Stuffed Arctic wolf worth £32,000 stolen in Notting Hill burglary

News   •   Aug 18, 2015 21:58 BST

Detectives from Kensington and Chelsea Borough CID are investigating a burglary whereby a £32,000 stuffed Arctic wolf was stolen from a flat in Chelsea.

The female victim had been out with a friend in Soho returning home at about 04:00hrs on Monday 3 August. Both girls came back to the flat in SW10 with three men they had met earlier in the evening.

The three men left at about 05:00hrs. Later in the morning, the victim discovered her stuffed Arctic wolf was missing.

The stuffed Arctic wolf is about 6ft long and 3ft high and was bought six years from a taxidermy shop. It has an open 'snarling' mouth and yellow glass eyes. It has white fur with black speckles on back, shoulders and ears.

All three suspects are white men believed to be aged in their early 20s.

Detective Sergeant Sean Lyons, said: "This is a unique item and I am appealing to anyone who may know the three suspects or have information about the stolen Arctic wolf to contact police."

Anyone with information on this incident is urged to contact DS Sean Lyons at Kensington and Chelsea CID on 020 8246 0189 or police on 101. To remain anonymous contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.