Stuffed Arctic Wolf swiped in Chelsea burglary belonging to granddaughter of Rolling Stones drummer returned

The £32,000 stuffed Arctic Wolf stolen from the flat belonging to the granddaughter of legendary Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts was handed in at a west London police station today.

Charlotte Watts proved that You Can Always Get What You Want after the animal, named Frostbite, was returned undamaged this morning.

Ms Watts had been out with a friend in Soho and returned home at about 4am on August 3.

Arctic wolf close-upSATISFACTION: Frostbite has been returned safe and sound

Both girls came back to the flat with three men they had met earlier in the evening, who then left at 5am.

Later in the morning, the victim discovered it was missing.

Frostbite has now been recovered and will be given Shelter in police possession while enquiries continue.

There have been no arrests at this stage.

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