A bird of prey who worked on the skies of Heathrow Airport was stolen from its owner's van in the UK on Tuesday evening.
Police are actively looking into the Incidentally, after the release of three men, the window of the van parked outside a hotel next to the airport, and grabbing the six-year-old hawk, Sky News reported.
FLIGHTS DELAYED AFTER HEATHROW AIRPORT EXPERIENCES The Harris Hawk, Milo, was used to scare away other birds at the airport to prevent bird strikes from occurring.
Milo's owner Layla Bennett was checking in at the Mercure hotel when she left the hawk in the backseat. When she went back to retrieve him, had been done, Sky News reported.
According to the video footage, Bennett said Milo would not go with the men at first.
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"He eventually did when they grabbed him forcefully, he was flapping and very distressed.
" Then they threw him into the car and drove off with his box, "the duty The Sun.
Bennett is concerned that her feathered friend is not receiving the care she needs and desperately wants him returned.
All I want is to bring Milo back before it's too late, "she told the paper.
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Bennett believes the men who broke into her from originally were looking to steal tools before finding the hawk.
The 34-year-old, who has had Milo since he hatched, is now offering $ 1
Metropolitan police are currently investigating the issue. No arrests have been reported.