Masked thieves steal tiger, two leopards

Some of the animals stolen from the Saudi farm. (Supplied)

Masked thieves armed with knives stole a tiger and two leopards after raiding a farm and locking up their guard in Saudi Arabia.

Their owner Ibrahim Al Osaimi said the three animals are worth more than SR600,000 (Dh600,000) and that the thieves also smashed the security cameras planted inside his farm in the capital Riyadh before fleeing.

“They are rare animals including a tiger, a black jaguar and a cheetah..the thieves locked up the guard and threatened him with knives before smashing the security cameras and fleeing with the animals,” he told 'Sabq' Arabic language daily.
 

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