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A tale of lost and found chicken in NYC

When Gertrude, right, was taken, neighbors in Bedford-Stuyvesant were disconsolate.
When Gertrude, right, was taken, neighbors in Bedford-Stuyvesant were disconsolate.
Brent Winter, The New York Times

Gertrude lived on the street in New York City. It was a tough scene for some, but she and T-Rex loved it. They fed on the energy of the street.

One day, Gertrude went missing.

The street-coop tenant of Bedford-Stuyvesant had vanished. The whole neighborhood took notice. Finding Gertrude became a concerted neighborhood effort; the diverse population was united in their desire to solve the crime. Signs went up; milling about and exchanging theories became commonplace.

Read the original article to find out what happened next!

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