THIEVES have stolen three of the most distinctive cars in Britain - and they all look alike!
They raided a Huddersfield workshop and stole three bright yellow Subaru Impreza rally cars that are only used off-road.
All three belong to Lindley-based RallySchool GB and are used at the company's 250-acre woodland rally track at Tong, near Bradford.
They have the company's name and phone number emblazoned all over them.
The cars were stolen some time last week, but the exact location of the workshop has not been disclosed.
A RallySchool GB spokesman said: "The oldest car is only a year old. One is worth about £30,000 and the other two £22,500 each.
"They are highly distinctive, although the yellow colour happened by accident.
"The official Subaru World Rally Team colours are blue with yellow writing on them.
"The body shell for ours came bright yellow, so we thought we'd stick with that and then put blue writing on them."
The cars are all tuned to rally specification.
About 1,200 people, aged from 17 to 70 and ranging from beginners to enthusiasts, go on the RallySchool GB experience each year.
The spokesman added: "They come to us from all over the country to use our tracks, which are around seven miles long."
The owners have been involved with the British Rally Championship over many years.
The spokesman said: "We use Subaru Impreza rally cars as they are probably the ultimate rally car in use today and are a truly exciting drive."
More photos of the stolen cars appear on the company's website, www.rallyschoolgb.com
Anyone with information about the stolen cars should phone Huddersfield police helpdesk on 01484 436659.
The officer dealing with the case is Pc Richard Green.