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Prince Harry the Harris Hawk stolen from Dorchester college
STAFF and students from Kingston Maurward College have issued an appeal after Prince Harry their beloved Harris Hawk was stolen.
They have issued an appeal for information from the public after the bird went missing over the weekend.
The hawk, known as Prince Harry or Prince, was stolen on Saturday night and the college has reported the theft to the police, who are reviewing CCTV images.
Staff at the college are also urging anyone with information about the theft to contact them urgently.
A college spokesperson said: “Prince is 15 years old and has slight damage to his right wing where he had an operation two years ago. “New feathers have grown but they will never get to full length, so he cannot fly well or for long and is unable to hunt. “We are concerned that without our care and understanding of his condition he will not be able to survive. “His handler is overcome with grief and really just wants him back home.”
Prince is very much loved by students, staff and the public and they all want him back. If you have any information, please contact Dorset Police on 101 or call the college on 01305 215035.
Anyone with information can also email email@example.com, send a direct message to the college on www.facebook.com/kingstonmaurward or @tweet_kmc
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