London: The world’s largest rabbit has been stolen. The award-winning rabbit went missing from its owner’s house two days ago.

The four-foot-tall rabbit has been missing since Saturday night, according to the BBC. The area police has also been informed about the disappearance of the rabbit.

Annette Edwards, owner of a rabbit named Darius, has announced a reward of up to 1,000 pond for information leading to the recovery of a stolen or missing rabbit.

According to the news agency, the owner of the rabbit, Annette Edwards, says that this is a very sad day for her.

In 2010, the Guinness Book of World Records named him the world’s tallest rabbit, measuring four feet two inches tall.

According to local police, the rabbit appears to have been stolen from the garden enclosure in the owner’s home.