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Lemur Theft Suspect Ordered to Stay Away from SF Zoo

Suspect in October’s lemur-napping case told by judge to stay away from San Francisco Zoo while awaiting trial.
By - posted 1/8/2021 No Comment

Thanks to SFist for letting us know that the suspect in the Lemur-napping case from the San Francisco Zoo back in October has been ordered to stay away from the Zoo pending his trial.

On October 14th, the San Francisco Zoo reported “Maki” a 21-year-old ring-tailed lemur was discovered missing from their Lemur Forest.  He was found a few days later in a children’s playground in Daly City.

The suspect, 31-year-old Cory McGilloway was released from jail in on Tuesday of this week pending trial for second degree burglary, grand theft and vandalism. Part of his probation terms are that he not go near the San Francisco Zoo.

Read more at SFist.

 



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