Night raider dis­gusts fam­ily, res­i­dents

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14, last year so he was up­set to wake up on Tues­day morn­ing to find not only the rab­bit but also its cage miss­ing.

Liam’s mother, Sara, is dis­gusted that some­one would steal a pet and wants the rab­bit re­turned.

‘‘It’s a re­ally sad world we are liv­ing in when peo­ple are steal­ing off chil­dren,’’ she said.

Se­bas­tian has be­come a bit of an icon on the street, with peo­ple of­ten stop­ping to look at or feed him, said Ms Rus­sell. ‘‘Every­one loves him, he is the only rab­bit on the street and he is very dis­tinc­tive.

‘‘A woman even rang me this morn­ing to say how sad it was be­cause he is the L&P bot­tle in Paeroa of this street.’’

Ms Rus­sell is of­fer­ing $100 no ques­tions asked to any­one who has in­for­ma­tion on Se­bas­tian’s where­abouts.

‘‘We just want him back. We love him and he is our pet and it was very lonely without him last night,’’ she said.

Se­bas­tian is a large white and caramel rab­bit. If read­ers have any in­for­ma­tion please call Pukekohe Po­lice on 237 1700.

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