Police received an anonymous phone call today to say that Stonehenge, the ancient site, has been stolen. Upon inspection it was found that Stonehenge had indeed been pilfered.
Chief Inspector Richard Irwing said: "It's unbelievable the lengths some people will go to. What would anyone want with a pile of rocks?"
Some of the stones weigh upwards of fifty tonnes.
The public are being asked to be vigilante and to report any suspicious looking characters carrying parcels.
It is suspected that the perpetrators may try to smuggle Stonehenge out of the country aboard airlines disguised as holiday luggage.
National Heritage have offered a reward of eleven peanut butter sandwiches and a pair of Levi jeans for any information leading to the recovery of the stones.