Stolen 24-foot inflatable cow returned to Phoenix Chick-fil-A

By Daniel Uria

@chickfilacamelback we are glad we were able to find the cow and get him home!

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PHOENIX, Sept. 14 (UPI) -- Local authorities said a giant inflatable cow stolen from a Phoenix Chick-fil-A was located and returned to the restaurant.

Phoenix Police Department shared a photo of a pair of Chick-fil-A employees with the 350-pound, 24-foot tall decoration after they managed to help bring the cow home.


ABC 15 reported the cow was spotted in a backyard on Monday. The owner reportedly told police he purchased it at a garage sale over the weekend believing it was a bounce house.

The inflatable cow was initially stolen from out of the back of a pickup truck at a local event on Sept. 4. An investigation into the theft is ongoing.

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