A TIP off from a coach driver resulted in the arrest of two refugees near Stonehenge.

The two men, aged 26 and 28, from Kuwait and Sudan, were arrested on Tuesday on suspicion of entering the UK illegally. The matter has been passed to the UK Border Agency.

But the arrests happened almost by chance.

A Wiltshire Police spokeswoman said: "An officer who was at Stonehenge Visitor Centre for an unrelated matter yesterday lunchtime, was approached by a coach driver who stated that he had seen two men get out of the luggage compartment of another coach."

The force did not know where the coach containing the two men had originally come from. However, the driver is believed to have spoken French.