The team behind Horror at Hinchingbrooke House are offering a reward for information after props from the interactive terror trip were stolen.

The incident took place between 4pm on October 30 and 11.30am on November 1 which the offenders broke down a fence around a marquee on the school site and stole the props from inside.

According Robert Gough, manager of Horror at Hinchingbrooke, there were six chainsaws and four fog machines stolen from the experience in Huntingdon.

"We are disappointed about what has happened, we are relatively small business and we put on this effort with a tight budget and this is something that is going to set us back," Mr Gough said.

"The chainsaws are altered for theatrical use so have no resale value - they are only worth it to us."

The company is offering a reward of £500 and free tickets for life to the experience for information on the whereabouts of the stolen items.

Anyone who has information should e-mail enterifyoudare@outlook.com.

Cambridgeshire police are currently investigating the incident and anyone with information should call police on 101. Alternatively call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.