Tutor to face court over body parts thefts

July 18, 1997

A SCULPTURE tutor from the Prince of Wales's Institute of Architecture was this week charged with the theft of body parts, which he used in his exhibits. Anthony-Noel Kelly, 41, was arrested in April after an art lover claimed he recognised the face of an old man in one of Mr Kelly's pieces. He and Niel Lindsay, 24, are charged with theft of body parts donated to the Royal College of Surgeons for medical research and will appear at Horseferry Road magistrates court on August 15.

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