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Lafayette Police make additional arrests in duck theft

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Lafayette, LA (KPLC) -

Lafayette Police have made two additional arrests in connection with the theft of a large, inflatable duck owned by the Boys and Girls Club.

Zachary Paul Quibodeaux, 21, of Lafayette, and Tre Michael Leon, 21, of Rayne, turned themselves in to authorities without incident on March 12. Each were charged with Felony Theft and booked with $3,000 bonds.

Previously arrested were 21-year-old Garcon Cormier and 25-year-old Kyle Cormier, both of Lafayette. They were also charged with Felony Theft.

The inflatable duck was originally stolen on February 27, 2014. It has been recovered and returned to the Boys and Girls Club.

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