Authorities catch girls trying to sell stolen Easter bunnies

Written by on April 23, 2014 in Critters vs Humans vs Critters - No comments

Easter and thou shalt not steal.

Oxford County authorities caught two children stealing two rabbits on Easter Sunday. The bunnies were taken from a barn near Ingersoll, Ont.

The two rabbits had been purchased as gifts for a pair of children, age 3 and 6 by their grandparents. However, police discovered they had been stolen by two girls, an 11-year-old and a nine-year-old.

Police say the owner of the two rabbits was originally not aware they had been stolen and was notified later by a neighbour that some younger people were trying to sell them in the Ingersoll area.

“The owners were certainly happy that the bunnies were safely returned,” said OPP Const. Stacey Culbert. “They [the girls] both got stern warnings from the police.”

h/t: CBC, CTV

 

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