TOPSHAM, Vt. (AP) — Vermont State Police are searching for a 3-foot tall chicken.
Police say the chicken made of fabricated sheet metal was stolen from the door step of a home in Topsham on Oct. 6.
The 77-year-old homeowner, who police say collects antiques and odds and ends, told police that he waited to report the theft while he searched for the white, orange and red bird.
Police say the metal chicken is valued at about $125.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Vermont State Police barracks in Bradford at 802-222-4680.
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