- Darius, a continental giant rabbit, went missing from his home in Stoulton, Worcestershire on Saturday, April 10
- Darius was awarded a Guinness World Record for being the biggest of its kind
- The owner asked anyone with information about the rabbit's whereabouts to contact Pc Daren Riley via 101 quoting reference 00286_I_11042021
The owner of the world's biggest rabbit which was stolen from his enclosure has offered to give KSh 100k to anyone who will return it.
The award-winning rabbit named Darius went missing from its home in Stoulton, Worcestershire, on Saturday, April 10, night.
The owner, Annette Edwards, said she will give KSh 100k reward for his return, adding that it was very sad that the rabbit had been stolen.
Edwards said Darius took the title from his mother Alice. He was her fourth award-winning rabbit.
She indicated that Darius was too old to breed in case the thief had taken it for the sake of breeding.
At 129cm (4ft 2in) long, Darius was named the world's longest rabbit in 2010.
West Mercia Police believed Darius was stolen from his enclosure, which is in his owner's'garden, overnight.
“We are appealing for information following the theft of an award-winning rabbit from its home in Stoulton, Worcestershire.
It is believed the Continental Giant rabbit was stolen from its enclosure in the garden of the property of its owners overnight on Saturday, April 10 to April 11.” the police said.
The police asked anyone with information about the incident to contact Pc Daren Riley via 101 quoting reference 00286_I_11042021.
In a separate story reported by YEN.com.gh, Daniel Sturridge begged the public for help after burglars broke into his house to steal his dog while he was away with his friends.
The former Liverpool star came back home only to discover his dog had been stolen alongside other valuables.