Police rescue owl from chimney

GREENWICH TOWNSHIP, NJ (Warren County) – An owl rescued by a Greenwich Township Police Detective is now back in the wild.

The owl got trapped in the chimney at a home on Kennedy Mill Rd Monday, police said.

When Detective Tasiopoulos arrived on scene, the owl was located and removed without incident, police said.

The owl was not injured and Detective Tasiopoulos released it outside of the residence, police said.

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(Photos Courtesy: Greenwich Township Police Department)