At the San Francisco Zoo, a 2-pound squirrel monkey was stolen when thieves cut two holes into the mesh of the squirrel monkey enclosure.
The zoo immediately sprung into action after the theft, starting a search and officially announcing:
"He is a valued member of the zoo, and we wish for a safe and speedy return."
The 17-year-old monkey was spotted by a random person in a San Fran area park. Police quickly reacted and brought the monkey back to the zoo, unharmed.
So far, they have no leads on who stole the monkey.
We're just glad that the monkey is safe and sound, back with all its buddies.
[Image via Daniel Deme/WENN.]