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milo stolen from heathrow

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the harris hawk that protects the heathrow air port has been stolen,lets hope they get it back

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How was it stolen ? Out a cage or lured in when flying ?

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they broke in to the owners van and took it

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Too many animals getting left in cars etc and getting stolen will folk never learn .

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8 minutes ago, j j m said:

they broke in to the owners van and took it

Some right scummy people about, I hope they get caught and the bird returned mate.

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the ting I cant understand the bird was in its box they dragged it out the box and took it ,why not just take the bird in the box,it was all caught on a hotels cctv

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Sounds like somebody was watching him and knew it was there 

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problaby right but it would of been easier taking bird in the box instead of dragging it out ,hope they catch the thieving gits,i had my van done over 2 years ago and my rapid stolen

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Goit to have been stolen by somebody who knew it was there and has hawks no hard to find 

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problaby mate,lets hope they look after it good,untill owner gets it back

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Thought they had gps on them anyway ?.

 

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not all people use telem on them,even if it was fitted it takes seconds to take it off the bird

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At best stolen by somebody to use at worst antis who released it and didnt need the box ?

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id put nothing past the antis

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