Daily US Times: An award-winning four-foot long rabbit, describe das world’s biggest, is thought to have been stolen from its enclosure.
Darius, a continental giant rabbit, went missing from his home in Stoulton, Worcestershire, on Saturday night.
Annette Edwards, the owner of the rabbit, has offered a £1,000 reward for his return and said it was a “very sad day”.
At 129cm long, Darius is a record holder after being named the world’s longest rabbit in 2010.
West Mercia Police said in a statement that it is believed it was stolen from his enclosure, which is in his owners’ garden, overnight on Saturday.
Police statement said: “It is believed the Continental Giant rabbit was stolen from its enclosure in the garden of the property of its owners overnight on Saturday (10 April – 11 April).”
Owner Ms Edwards said Darius is “too old to breed now” and pleaded for his safe return.
In April 2010, Darius was named as the longest living rabbit by Guinness World Records, when he was measured for an article in the Daily Mail.
Ms Edwards said Darius claimed the title from his mother Alice, and he was her fourth award-winning rabbit.
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