Rabbits stolen in series of bunny thefts in St Ives

PUBLISHED: 09:00 16 May 2014

A rabbit.

A rabbit.

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Residents have reported rabbits being stolen from gardens in St Ives.

Police confirmed that they are investigating the theft of five rabbits in three separate incidents.

The first happened in Rubens Way between 10.20pm on Wednesday (May 7) and 6am on Thursday (May 8), where two rabbits were stolen from separate hutches in the back garden.

On Sunday (May 11) a rabbit was stolen from a hutch in the back garden of a property in Bure Close between 11am and 2pm. And between 10pm the same night and 6.30am the following day (May 12), two rabbits were also stolen from a hutch in the back garden of a home in Ouse Road.

INFORMATION: Call police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.

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