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MONKEY ATTACKED AND KILLED IN IDAHO ZOO
November 18, 2012




Distinctive gray baseball cap found near where fatally injured monkey was lying. Police hope someone will recognize it and help them locate suspects. Photo: Boise Police Department. CLICK TO ENLARGE


Typical Patas monkey. The Patas is a ground-dwelling monkey distributed over semi-arid areas of West Africa, and into East Africa. Photo by Alex Roberts, San Francisco, CA. Creative Commons. CLICK TO ENLARGE
(BOISE, IDAHO) -- There was a break-in early Saturday morning at Zoo Boise and the intruder or intruders bludgeoned and killed a Patas monkey.

Zoo officials say the animal died from blunt force trauma to the head and neck. There was blood at the scene and police are analyzing it to try and determine if it came from the monkey or a human according to a report in the Boise Idaho-Statesman newspaper.

Police were informed that two males wearing dark clothing had been seen by a security guard at 4:30 a.m. outside the fence near the primate exhibit.

Both men fled with one of them running into the interior of the zoo. Boise police searched the 11-acre compound but were unable to find the intruder however late Saturday a gray baseball cap was found near the site of the monkey attack.

It bears a distinctive skull design and police think it might have been left behind by one of the intruders and could be of some help in locating the two.

During a search of the zoo before daylight a zoo official heard a groan that at first sounded human. It turned out to be the badly injured Patas monkey near the perimeter fence. The monkey shared a cage with another male Patas monkey that was not harmed.

The zoo's veterinarian was called in but the monkey died just before 6 a.m. as it was being examined.

Zoo staff then checked the other animals and found no other animals missing or injured.

Police haven’t disclosed how the men got into the zoo, or how they were able to open the monkeys’ cage.

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