African kudu and eland trophies stolen from Cornish unit
Two South African hunting trophies have been stolen from an industrial unit in Cornwall.
The shoulder mounted kudu and eland, which are two antelope species, have been valued at about £1,000, said Devon and Cornwall Police.
The pair were brought back to the county following a safari trip by their owner in 2004.
They were stolen from the Helston area of west Cornwall between 21 and 27 December.
A police spokesman said the kudu trophy was extremely large and had spiral horns which measured about 60in (152cm).
He added that the eland horn length was about 30in (76cm).
A laptop, welding equipment and mobile phones were also taken.