Police said on Wednesday they’d arrested 2 men close to the house of soul singer Joss Stone on suspicion of conspiracy to murder and rob.
Officers detained the lads, aged thirty and thirty three, in Cullompton, southwest England, at 10:00 am Tuesday close to the star’s isolated country home and reportedly found them in possession of swords, rope and a body bag.
They conjointly had detailed maps and aerial photos of the 24-year-old singer’s property, The Sun newspaper reported.
The arrests came when neighbours noticed 2 men driving slowly spherical remote country lanes in Cullompton and reported them to police, said the paper.
"Police attended an address in Cullompton yesterday morning when alert residents notified officers a couple of suspicious-looking vehicle," said an area police spokesman.
"Officers attended the world at around 10:00 am and subsequently arrested the occupants of a red Fiat Punto."
Stone has sold over ten million albums worldwide and has worked with music legends together with Rolling Stone Mick Jagger and also the late US soul superstar James Brown.
She is estimated to possess a private fortune of £9 million, in line with a listing of Britain’s wealthiest folks revealed by the Sunday Times last month.
Stone could be a friend of Prince William and attended his wedding to Catherine on April twenty nine.