Thieves in western Ukraine have dismantled and stolen an 11m steel bridge over the river Svalyavka.
Police blame locals, saying it would have been impossible to take the bridge apart without a crane and a lorry - or to take it away unnoticed.
Metal theft is a problem in Ukraine, where people steal statues, wires and sewage hatches to sell as scrap.
Officials are now checking all scrap metal yards in the region to find the remains of the one-tonne bridge.
Meanwhile, the residents of several villages along the river have to find another way of reaching their local town, Svalyava.