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Stolen chicken returned safe to first-grade class

Christina Rodriguez
Updated: December 11, 2019 05:12 PM
Created: December 11, 2019 10:27 AM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A stolen chicken has been returned, unharmed, to the first-graders from Hodgin Elementary School. The chicken, Polka Dot, had been taken from her coop at the school over the weekend. 

Students had said that Polka Dot was like family—having raised her since she was just a chick. They put their handwriting lessons to the test by making missing chicken posters to hang around the school. 

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The school received a call Tuesday morning from a man who said that he might have Polka Dot. A few kids in his neighborhood had given him the chicken to care for – because he raises chickens in his backyard.

He said he was watching TV when he saw a news story about Polka Dot and realized the chicken had been stolen. 

Polka Dot was returned to the students Tuesday morning. 

"We were really happy," one of the students said. "He was my favorite chicken because he eats a lot like me." 


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