A £10,000 reward has been offered for the return of three brightly coloured birds stolen from a pub in St Mary Hoo in Kent.
Three robbers broke into the Fenn Bell Inn pub in St Mary Hoo on September 11 and stole two loved macaws.
A blue and gold macaw and a green wing macaw were taken from their cages and placed into sacks.
Landlord Andy Cowell released CCTV images of the culprits as well as putting up a reward of £10,000 for their safe return.
A statement released on the facebook page said: “We are now offering a £10,000 reward for the safe return of our two macaws and the prosecution of the offenders.
“Someone out there knows something. £10,000 is a lot of money. We are not interested in who you are or how you know, but if you know something please let us or the police know.
“It pains me to say it but we will be going into the sixth day of our birds being missing tomorrow and their well being after six days of being closed up somewhere is of great concern. The remaining birds in our enclosure have suffered from the loss of these two as well.
“I am going to up the reward we are offering to £10,000 for the safe return of our macaws and prosecution of the offenders. I know in my heart that these birds are out there and I know that someone some where knows who has taken them and where they are.
“As a family it has caused much upset to us to think while we was asleep someone has broken in and taken these away from us. We have had trouble sleeping and found it very hard to focus on any think else but these missing birds.”
“We can only ask that you guys keep sharing these posts and keep ringing the police with any leads ( Crime Number XY/36004/16 )”