CHICAGO (CBS) — Two kittens who had been stolen from a traveler at O’Hare Worldwide Airport earlier this month, and later rescued from a trash can, have been discovered, in line with Chicago Police.
Police stated the kittens – Understand and Nivea – had been in a blue pet service, and had been stolen from a traveler as he was ready for his subsequent flight at O’Hare on Dec. 6.
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The one that stole the kittens then threw the service and the kittens right into a rubbish can. Police stated two individuals who discovered the blue pet service rescued the kittens and left the airport.
Hoping to determine the individuals who rescued the kittens and reunite the pets with their proprietor, police on Monday launched surveillance photos of the 2 individuals who left the airport with the kittens.
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Wednesday morning, police stated the kittens have been recovered, and the incident stays underneath investigation, however didn’t present any additional data.