People have lost their car keys, wallets and other precious things like their confidence over the years. But have you ever heard about a country losing track of an entire bridge?
It's okay to be baffled but that's what really happened in Russia's Murmansk region. According to News18, the bridge that was located on Umba river in the Arctic region is roughly 75 feet in length and weighs over 50 tonnes.
As per locals and a report from NDTV, part of the bridge had already broken down a few days ago and the debris was seen lying in the water below.
A detailed investigation revealed that the bridge did not sink in the bottom and neither is there any possibility of a natural calamity striking down the entire structure.
A few locals pointed out the other possibility and claimed that thieves took down the bridge further scrapping it for metal.
According to the Daily Mail, the police is yet to find the whereabouts of the thieves involved and couldn't explain the methodology behind the disappearance of the bridge. Further reports are awaited.