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Zookeepers in Blackpool says there's no trace of a baby monkey stolen during a break-in last week.
Five of the animals disappeared in the theft. Four were later found abandoned. The youngest, a baby Cotton-top Tamarin is still missing.
Four monkeys stolen during a break-in at Blackpool Zoo have been found.
However a fifth, a baby Cotton-top Tamarin, is still missing.
Keepers at the zoo say the baby's chances of survival are slim without it's mother.
A group of monkeys, returned to Blackpool Zoo after a theft, have not lost their appetites despite their ordeal.
Five of the animals were stolen during a break-in earlier this week. Four were found abandoned in a cardboard box in West Yorkshire last night.
The youngest, a baby Cotton-Top Tamarin, is still missing. Zoo staff fear for its survival without its mother.
ITV News cameras captured the returned animals settling down, and enjoying a snack, this afternoon.
Four monkeys stolen from Blackpool Zoo have been returned home and doing well. But there are concerns for a fifth, a baby Cotton-top Tamarin, which is still missing.
The five were stolen overnight between Tuesday and Wednesday and police say they were inundated with calls from the public before four were found in Brighouse, Yorkshire.
A baby monkey, who was stolen along with four other monkeys at a break-in at Blackpool Zoo, is still missing.
Police confirmed four of the monkeys were found safe and well in a cardboard box in Brighouse overnight.
Lancashire Police have confirmed that four monkeys stolen during a break-in at Blackpool Zoo have been found safe and well.
The monkeys were found in a cardboard box in Brighouse overnight.
Charlotte Pennie, head of Primates at Blackpool Zoo, told Granada Reports the break-in was "premeditated".
Anyone with information should contact Lancashire Police on 101 quoting log number 0583 of April 30 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.