Two more suspects arrested in big duck heist Two more suspects arrested in big duck heist 4 total accused of stealing inflatable Annie Ourso| Special to The Advocate March 16, 2014 Comments LAFAYETTE — Two more suspects have been booked in the Feb. 27 duck heist, the overnight disappearance of a giant yellow inflatable duck sporting black sunshades and a bill that looks like big red lips. Zachary Paul Quibodeaux, 21, of Lafayette, and Tre Michael Leon, 21, of Rayne, were arrested Thursday, each on one count of felony theft, Lafayette Police Cpl. Paul Mouton said in a release. The Thursday arrests follow those of Kyle and Garcon Cormier, 25 and 21 years old, respectively, who authorities believe were part of the group that took the duck in the early morning hours of Feb. 27 from its Johnston Street perch. The Cormier brothers were arrested March 6 in what authorities said was likely a crime of opportunity. Both were booked on one count each of felony theft. The duck, which belongs to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Acadiana, was taken from a spot in the 2700 block of Johnston Street. Mouton said Leon and Quibodeaux surrendered without incident after warrants were issued for their arrests. After the duck was taken, police released an image from a surveillance video showing a Chevrolet Silverado on Johnston with a large deflated duck flopping over the truck’s tailgate. The Cormier brothers were arrested after the video image led to a tip through Crime Stoppers. According to an affidavit filed when the Cormiers were arrested, police at the time suspected more were involved. The affidavit also says Kyle and Garcon Cormier admitted their guilt when they were arrested March 5. After the Cormiers were arrested, the 14-foot duck was retrieved in good condition and returned to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Acadiana. The organization is using the inflatable fowl to promote its annual Great Acadiana Running of the Ducks fundraiser on April 5.