San Francisco Zoo Offers Reward for Missing LEMUR

San Francisco Zoo Offers Reward for Missing LEMUR

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The San Francisco Zoo & Gardens announced that it will offer a reward to anyone who help police locate its missing lemur.

According to television channel Fox News, anyone who can provide significant lead will receive $2,100 reward.

Authorities purposely picked the amount to represent $100 for every year the animal has been alive.

Last week, someone has stole the male ring-tailed lemur, named Maki.

Police found out that someone forcefully entered the enclosure of the animal.

Officials said Maki is an endangered animal that requires specialized care.

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“[W]e are asking the public to help get him returned to the San Francisco Zoo,” they appealed to the public.

The zoo’s Lipman Family Lemur Forest keeps seven species of lemur.

Cops then urged residents to contact local law enforcement immediately if they happen to see the endangered lemur.

Tipsters should also be aware of its location, as well as a description of anyone who has possession over him.

They can share the information with the San Francisco Police Department’s 24-hour tip hotline 1-415-575-4444.

People may also utilize the agency’s “Text a Tip” system at TIP411. Text messages should begin with SFPD.

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