25/06/2019

Snake Found In NI Street

A snake has been bagged as evidence after it was found on a street in County Armagh.

The reptile was discovered when officers noticed a couple of suspicious males in Ulsterville Park, Portadown on the evening of Monday 24 June.

Upon stopping to asses the individuals, officers were informed they had found a snake.
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Writing on the PSNI Craigavon Facebook page a spokesperson said: "Thankfully Con N was able to channel his inner Steve Irwin and placed it in an evidence bag until we could get something more appropriate.

"We are going to leave it in the reptile shop on Mahon Road when they open. If this is yours please bring proof of ownership and they'll get you sorted."



(JG/CM)

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