A can produced using strong 18-carat gold has been taken in a thievery at Blenheim Palace.
The fine art was taken by a pack from the Woodstock stately home during a medium-term break-in at about 04:50 BST, Thames Valley Police said.
It was a piece of a presentation by Italian calculated craftsman Maurizio Cattelan that opened on Thursday.
The can – entitled America – has not been found yet a 66-year-elderly person has been captured,.
The eighteenth Century royal residence is a World Heritage Site and the origination of Sir Winston Churchill. It is presently shut while examinations proceed.
Det Insp Jess Milne, stated: “The bit of workmanship that has been taken is a high-esteem can made out of gold that was in plain view at the royal residence.
“Because of the can being plumbed in to the structure, this has caused noteworthy harm and flooding.
“We accept a gathering of guilty parties utilized in any event two vehicles during the offense.
“The work of art has not been recuperated right now yet we are directing a careful examination to discover it and bring those capable to equity.”
In a tweet Blenheim Palace said it would be closed until at any rate 14:00 BST because of “an unanticipated episode”.
The gold latrine was broadly offered to US President Donald Trump in 2017.