Winston Churchill, Blenheim Palace, Thames Valley Police

Winston Churchill, Blenheim Palace

Solid gold toilet worth €5.4m stolen from palace in UK

Earlier reports had said the toilet was worth an estimated £1m

14.9.2019

Earlier reports had said the toilet was worth an estimated £1m

An 18-carat solid gold toilet stolen from Blenheim Palace in the UK has been valued at €5.4m, its chief executive has said.

He said: "We have a very sophisticated security operation and we have not had an incident like this in living memory.

A 66-year-old man has been arrested over the incident and the palace was closed to the public on Saturday.

"We believe they used at least two vehicles during the offence and left the scene at around 4.50am.

Read more: RTÉ News

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