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Young sleuths on rabbits' trail.

YOUNGSTERS tracked down rabbits' hideaways in a Coventry store to win prizes.

Terry Leary, manager at Tesco's in Jubilee Crescent, Radford, said: "Each rabbit was hidden in the store and had a name which the children had to write down on a form. Winners were then drawn at random."

Cameron Slade, aged six, had his name drawn out of the hat first and won a 3ft chocolate rabbit.

Runners-up Laura Peters, aged 10, Robert Gray, aged 12, Dale Kinnie and Leanne Black, both aged eight, received sweets and bags of chocolate money.

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PRIZEWINNERS: Tesco manager Terry Leary gives chocolate prizes to (back, from left) Laura Peters and Robert Gray; (front) Dale Kinnie, Cameron Slade and Leanne Black. Picture: JAMES BALFOUR
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
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Date:Apr 24, 2001
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