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Thieves steal an 18-carat gold toilet valued at $1.8 million from UK Palace

SBS Saturday, 14 September 2019
Thieves have stolen a solid gold toilet worth up to $1.8 million dollars from the birthplace of British wartime leader Winston Churchill.
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News video: Toilet thieves hunted by police after golden loo stolen from Blenheim Palace

Toilet thieves hunted by police after golden loo stolen from Blenheim Palace 01:11

Thames Valley Police Inspector Richard Nicholls addresses the media following the theft of a high-value gold toilet from Blenheim Palace. Valued at £1 million and installed as part of an art exhibition at Blenheim Palace, the 18-carat loo was taken in the early hours of Saturday, Thames Valley...

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