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2 Missing Dallas Zoo Monkeys Found in North Texas – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Dallas Zoo says two monkeys believed to have been removed from their habitat on Monday, found.

Dallas police said they found two emperor tamarin monkeys after receiving a tip. The police said that they then went to an empty home in Lancaster, located just south of Dallas and found monkeys are safe in closet.

“We are incredibly excited that share that our two emperor tamarin monkeys were found”, the zoo said. in statement. “The DPD found the animals early in the evening and called our service. team come safe and transport the tamarins back to the zoo. Our veterinarians will examine them tonight.”

Zoo officials added which more information will be provided on Wednesday, and details on recovery will be provided by the Dallas Police.

there were no arrests made.

Empty building where were the monkeys found was recently hacked and filled with wild animals, according to a nearby church that owned property and planned use it’s like a youth center.

Dallas Police

Officers from Dallas and Lancaster found missing emperor tamarins at the Dallas Zoo in en abandoned home Tuesday.

Meanwhile, the Dallas police on Tuesday asked for help identifying a person, they say that they want speak with about the case. The detectives said that want speak with that man “in regarding two tamarin monkeys missing from the Dallas Zoo,” but provided a few other details.

“We have reached out authorities saying we thought we knew who man was and how we had recent hacks in our youth center that we were trying to run for in communityTanya said. daughter of church pastor who wished be identified by her first title.

“Someone got back in there and destroyed even further,” she said. – So us back even further than getting an object up and going. But it was really a shock to see what these precious, you know animals were in there.”

representative for family center church says in organization working with police to identify a person responsible.

“The attacker is not only caused significant damage to the premises of the youth center, but also put safety of both animals and community in risk. Despite failure, the church remains committed to his mission of security support and resources for those in need and working closely with local authorities ensure that the perpetrator is brought to justice”, the spokesman said.

This is the fourth suspicious incident at the zoo since start of in new year — first featuring clouded leopard Nova, who escaped from her enclosure after police discovered that it had been deliberately carved out. When the Dallas police opened criminal investigation, zoo staff next day found a similar deliberate cut on enclosure in which langur monkeys live, all of who was taken into account for. More recently, the endangered vulture was found dead with “an unusual wound,” the zoo said. Dallas police later said they were investigating the incident. death as suspicious.

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