VANDALIA, Ohio (WDTN) - Quackers the duck has returned home to roost.
The 12-foot inflatable duck was stolen back in August from the Butler Auto Bath in Vandalia.
Quackers is the official mascot for the United Rehabilitation Services' Rubber Duck Regatta.
Vandalia police say Quackers didn't waddle off too far. The giant balloon duck was found inside a nearby apartment after the tenant was evicted.
"They actually found Quackers laying in the middle of the living room, not inflated. You know we're talking a 12 foot inflatable duck. It's huge and it was taking up half the living room. I'm not sure why they hung onto it for almost a year," said Dennis Grant, Executive Director of URS.
Quackers has a few ruffled feathers, but appears to be okay otherwise.
No charges have been filed so far.
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