Kittens stolen from airport traveler found

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CHICAGO (CBS) — Two kittens who were stolen from a traveler astatine O’Hare International Airport earlier this month, and aboriginal rescued from a trash can, person been found, according to Chicago Police.

Police said the kittens – Perceive and Nivea – were successful a bluish favored carrier, and were stolen from a traveler arsenic helium was waiting for his adjacent formation astatine O’Hare connected Dec. 6.

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(Source: Chicago Police)

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The idiosyncratic who stole the kittens past threw the bearer and the kittens into a garbage can. Police said 2 radical who recovered the bluish favored bearer rescued the kittens and near the airport.

Hoping to place the radical who rescued the kittens and reunite the pets with their owner, constabulary connected Monday released surveillance images of the 2 radical who near the airdrome with the kittens.

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Wednesday morning, constabulary said the kittens person been recovered, and the incidental remains nether investigation, but did not supply immoderate further information.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff

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