Police on lookout for Big Bird costume stolen from Adelaide Sesame Street Circus Spectacular

A 213cm-tall Large Chook costume reportedly price $160,000 and manufactured from ostrich feathers has been stolen from a circus in Adelaide.

Police are investigating the theft from the Sesame Road Circus Spectacular at Bonython Park someday between Sunday afternoon and Monday morning.

Circus director Keith Brown stated a path of feathers on a close-by highway might assist catch the wrongdoer.

“He is left a few feathers down Port Street for us, so possibly a few of these cameras on Port Street will assist us,” Mr Brown advised ABC Radio Adelaide’s Afternoons present.

“He is misplaced a few feathers as he is gone down the highway.”

Mr Brown stated boltcutters had possible been used to entry the costume from the place it was saved on website.

“All of us reside on-site, it is a travelling touring present. It is the primary time Sesame Road has joined the circus — we now have to recollect that is a global circus present,” he stated.

“They arrive specifically from New York.

The costume is the one one among its sort within the present, however organisers stated it was solely getting used to fulfill visitor in the course of the interval.

A $4,000 furry lion costume was stolen from a Woodville South residence, leaving its proprietor “completely devastated” in 2019.

Two arrests have been additionally revamped the theft of the ABC’s Bananas in Pyjamas costumes from the ABC constructing at Collinswood in 2011.

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