VIENNA (AFP) - Thieves made away with a second rhinoceros horn in Vienna, police announced Wednesday, after a first one was snatched at an auction house in the capital earlier this week. The two horns were among five to be put up for sale by the Dorotheum auction house on Monday. Before the sale however, two men asked to see two pieces and then, in front of the Dorotheum staff, snatched them and ran away. A staff member managed to seize one of the horns again, but the thieves got away with the other one. The retrieved piece was eventually sold in the afternoon auction for 85,700 euros ($116,500). The next day, another of the horns that was auctioned off was then stolen from its new owner, a taxidermist.