Web Desk. British police are searching for thieves who stole the world’s largest rabbit, Darius, from its owner’s garden.
According to the French news agency AFP, the police officials said that they have appealed for information regarding the brown and white rabbit which was found missing from Stoulton last Saturday night.
Darius, a giant rabbit, was named the longest-living rabbit by Guinness World Records in 2010. He is four feet three inches long. Darius owner Annette Edwards tweeted on Sunday that “it was a sad day and she offered 1000 pound reward for her safe return.”
She added: “Darius is old enough to breed, please bring him back. Annette announced in 2018 that, Darius, who was eight years old at the time, has retired and will no longer appear in public and in the media, but will lead a quiet life at home.
Earlier, in a tragedy, the owner Annette Edwards was saddened by the death of Simon, son of Darius. Simon was three feet long and died in 2010 while on a flight to his new owner.
Have you seen Darius? Police are appealing for information after the world's largest rabbit of its kind was stolen from his home in Worcestershire on Saturday night.
Heartbroken owner Annette Edwards has put up £1,000 for his return and pleaded for him to be brought back. pic.twitter.com/SaJ3IRRo4c
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