Easton residents perplexed by rabbit riddle

(AP) - Easton police are trying to solve a rabbitriddle: Who abandoned nearly three dozen bunnies outside a townresident's home in separate incidents over the

EASTON - (AP) - Easton police are trying to solve a rabbitriddle: Who abandoned nearly three dozen bunnies outside a townresident's home in separate incidents over the past three weeks?

The most recent episode occurred Monday, when 21 shiveringrabbits and five guinea pigs were found in a box outside the home.

A rabbit rescue group named Hop A Long Hollow has been workingwith the property owner to find homes for the bunnies, either atshelters or with people who want to adopt them.

The group's vice president, Brandee McBride-LaCava, says herorganization and the Humane Society have taken in some of therabbits and others have already been adopted.

Local police and animal control officers are investigating.

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