The missing piece of the puzzle: How the world's biggest jigsaw turned into a puzzle-makers nightmare

Credit: ITV News Anglia

ITV News Anglia presenter Jonathan Wills was joined by Graham Andrew in Norwich.

Imagine if you'd just finished a 34,000 piece jigsaw puzzle... only to find you're four pieces short.

Well, that's what happened to Graham Andrew who's spent the last two weeks constructing the world's largest jigsaw puzzle for two charities in Norfolk.

The missing pieces are currently being cut in Spain Credit: ITV News Anglia

The jungle-themed 'Wildlife' jigsaw arrived from Spain and the painstaking job of building it got underway with 200 hundred people lending their support and money to see it take shape.

The finished product measured six by two metres.

Will the jigsaw ever get finished? Credit: ITV News Anglia

The jigsaw itself only cost around £160, but the backing it's on was 6 times that much.

The jigsaw is set to begin a nationwide tour of hospitals - starting with the Norfolk and Norwich on the 15th September followed by Addenbrooke's in Cambridge.

It's taking two weeks to nearly complete the 34,000 piece puzzle Credit: ITV News Anglia

The missing pieces are currently being made by a company in Barcelona. The race is now on to get the replacement pieces in time.