Paris Farm Restaurant Seeks Return of Stolen Chickens

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A restaurant and urban farm in Paris had its chickens stolen

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Six chickens were stolen from a Paris farm and restaurant this week. 

People are up in arms at a chic urban farm and restaurant in Paris this week after some mysterious miscreant made off with six of its beloved chicken mascots, and the staff and police have no idea where to look.

According to The Local, the urban farm called La Recyclerie is in the North of Paris near the famed flea market at Clignancourt. It is built in an old railway station, and it has a restaurant, cafe, vegetable garden, and teaching facilities where staff give lessons on DIY projects. Some of the facility’s permanent residents include 16 chickens, but earlier this week staff arrived to find that six of the hens had gone missing.

La Recyclerie announced the missing hens on its Facebook page, asking customers with any information to call the police.

As yet there has been no information about the location of Eva, Salma, Ghislane, or the other three hens, but La Recyclerie’s fans have not given up hope that the ladies might be returned home one day.

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