Earlier this year, about 60 priceless trophies from the RedBull F1 headquarters in Milton Keynes were stolen by a bunch of people.
Now, 20 of those stolen trophies have been found at the bottom of a river by the police.
The police department from Thames valley have recovered the prized trophies from the Horseshoe lake, after a good samaritan noticed them.
Although the trophies are only quick money to the miscreants who stole them, it is priceless to the Red Bull team since it reflected the team's hard work and also, many of the trophies were just replicas.
After the robbery, fans were warned that access to the facility would become limited because the break-in created significant damage to the entire team, who won the Constructors Championship from 2010 to 2013.
Christian Horner, Red Bull team principal said that "The actions of these men mean it's likely that we will have to make our site less accessible in the future, which will be unfair on the hundreds of fans that travel to visit our factory each year to see our trophies and our Formula One car."
Anyone with any information regarding the theft is asked to contact Mr.Oakman, at Thames Valley Police on 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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