Police have reported a fire at the Pizza Milano building on Botchergate, Carlisle.
The fire broke out just before 11am.
Botchergate has been closed as a result of the incident.
Members of the public are advised to avoid the area whilst emergency services deal with the incident.
A Dalton garage worker has found one of the capuchin monkeys.
Andy Macmillan, 35, workshop manager at Ashworth Street Garage, Dalton, came face to face with the fugitive and a colleague hand-fed it a banana.
Owner Paul Grainger, 57, phoned the zoo and net-wielding keepers tried to catch the clever creature who managed to escape their numerous attempts and after a while fled the scene.
Before the monkey escaped staff in the garage managed to capture this footage on their phone of the monkeys visit.
The pair have been on the run from South Lakes Safari Zoo, in Dalton, since Thursday.
If you see the monkeys you should contact South Lakes Safari Zoo.
The Environment Agency has issued two flood warnings for Cumbria.
- Rivers Eamont and Lowther to their confluence with the River Eden at Langwathby
- The Upper Derwent from Seathwaite to Derwent Water
The flood warnings are low risk but flooding is possible.
For more information visit: http://apps.environment-agency.gov.uk/flood/34678.aspx?type=Region&term=Northwest&from=fl
Carlisle United manager Keith Curle says his players are ready to take on Burton Albion at Brunton Park tonight.
The United boss was proud of his players' performance in their narrow defeat at Plymouth over the weekend.
And tonight, he's backing them to be a match for one of League Two's best performing sides.
An illustrated map has been put in Carlisle train station displaying the highlights of the city's Historic Quarter.
The sign is a joint venture between the railway station and Tullie House Museum and is displayed on the station wall near platforms five and six.
It's hoped the mural will draw some of the station's 2.2 million annual visitors into the area.
A councillor is asking the Schools Minister for more money so Cumbria County Council doesn't have to cut subsidised transport for 16 to 18 year olds.
Clare Feeney-Johnson wants it to be obligatory for councils to provide transport, which would mean the government paying for it.
Stephen Jardine goes in search of the story behind Waverley - Sir Walter Scott's first novel which celebrates its 200th anniversary this year. But is Scott's reputation on the slide and is it time for a revival? Gill Brown meets the man whose fascination with the line that divides Scotland and England has prompted an expedition and a book. He takes Border Life for a walk along the border line.
Councillors in the Scottish Borders are planning to introduce a permanent one way system on the A7 in Selkirk, due to a row over a wall in need of repair.
The system has been in place temporarily for 18 months, to keep motorists safe as they pass a wall surrounding a hotel.
Both parties claim the other is responsible for the upkeep of the wall and as Jenny Longden reports, it's affecting local businesses.
The family of a man from Cumbria, who's been stranded in India for a year, want the UK Government to put more pressure on the Indian authorities.
An event was held in Wigton yesterday to raise money for John Armstrong, who was arrested on firearms offences while working as a security guard, protecting ships from piracy.
But his family say they're not being told enough about what is happening to try to get him home.
Neil Billingham reports.