FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) – A cat-napping case is closed in Fort Collins.

Oreo, the beloved cat from the Armstrong Hotel, is back at home with her owners.

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Surveillance video from last Saturday showed three men taking the 10-year-old Russian blue mix out of the downtown hotel during some St. Patrick’s Day festivities.

Some hotel guests found the cat in a back alley near the hotel property, and hotel manager Nick Gliszinski released a photo late Tuesday night showing the happy reunion. The guests who found the cat had just arrived that day and had never seen the cat before but saw the fliers that she was missing.

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Oreo has roamed the lobby of the hotel and greeted guests since 2004. Hotel officials said she was somewhat dehydrated and “a little stressed out” but she has no injuries.

The people who walked out with the cat still have not been identified, and anyone who has more information about the case is still asked to contact Fort Collins police.

An image of the suspects (credit: Armstrong Hotel)

An image of the suspects who took Oreo (credit: Armstrong Hotel)

Steve and Missy Levinger, the owners of the hotel, had offered a reward for the return of the cat.

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