Two of Britain's Olympic heroes have had their medals stolen just hours after the Queen hosted a glittering Buckingham Palace event to celebrate London 2012 athletes.
Rower Alex Partridge and hockey star Hannah Macleod took to social networking site Twitter to appeal for information to find their Olympic bronze medals which they believe were taken in the early hours of this morning at a Mayfair bar.
Police investigating the theft of the medals have arrested a 29-year-old man.
Ronke Phillips has our report.
Partridge, 31, who won bronze as part of the men's eight rowing team, tweeted that his Olympic blazer as well as his medal had been stolen from an event in Mayfair, central London.
Macleod, under the username @hannahmacleod6, also wrote on the site: "My medal was also stolen at the same time. Totally devastated."
A host of Olympic and Paralympic stars had earlier been invited to the palace to mark their achievements along with the Queen, Duke of Edinburgh, Duchess of Cambridge, Prime Minister David Cameron and London 2012 chief Lord Coe.