Spoofington, NY- The Spoofington Police Department, in yet another embarrassing failure announced today that the infamous "Bunny Wabitt" who had terrorized U.S. and UK Top Spoofers has escaped.
According to Sargent B.T. Fields, the spoof terrorizing Big Bunny was "fully neutralized" but somehow escaped his shackles and immediately started bounding out of the station. Apparently aided by unidentified insider accomplices, the Big Bunny ripped a point popper right out of the hands of one of the Top 10 "Point" Guards, and started popping points all over the place as he exited into the night.
A "Wanted Dead or Alive" warrant has been issued for the Big Bunny, as fear has once again invaded the private bedroom community of Spoofington, where the average age of residents in near dead. Sargent Fields, who has a Great Granny living in the community, had this to say just outside the Spoofer Station:
"We don't presently know exactly where the Bounder is, but Dagnabbit that Rabbit is NOT going to remain on the loose stealing Top Spoofer points and doling them out to the lessers... He's NOT!, Goddam it, He's NOT! HE's NOT!
UPDATE: At 2300 hours, Sargent Fields made formal announcement about the case. His statement read as follows:
"We have conducted a preliminary investigation into the Spoofery, and are both embarrassed and saddened to conclude that the Big Pink Bunny was in fact aided by Top Spoof Insiders. We are conducting a forensic computer investigation, but at this time only Captain Bureau and Lieutenant Seanachie are under arrest, as we found some of the stolen points in their possession during our investigation. We believe other Top Point Guards were involved, but we simply don't know their identities yet. Residents of Spoofington are warned to stay in their domains and hold onto their points, as the Big Bunny is always hungry and will proliferate if points are available."
Officer Fields was last seen furiously pounding sand with Spoofington private club members, but was expected to report to work tomorrow morning to write more spoofs.
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