Police investigating theft of rare rabbit in Delaware
New Castle County police are investigating the theft of a rare bunny that was taken from an outdoor enclosure in Delaware.
Police responded to the home Monday in Lindamere. A 62-year-old man told investigators someone cut a hole in the vinyl fence housing his two European Lion Head Rabbits.
A black and white rabbit named Elly was taken. The owner says clumps of fur were left behind, showing the rabbit put up a fight.
The second bunny also was believed to have been stolen. But the black rabbit named Izzy emerged from hiding in a hole in the ground.
-- Associated Press
Washington Post Editors
March 9, 2010; 1:26 PM ET
Categories: Delaware , Offbeat
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