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Ferret found inside Lancashire Archives in Preston

Posted on - 25th April, 2019 - 7:31pm | Author - | Posted in - Preston City Centre, Preston News
The ferret was spotted inside the Archives Pic: Lancashire County Council
The ferret was spotted inside the Archives Pic: Lancashire County Council

A ferret has been found wandering the archives of Lancashire.

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Lancashire County Council is trying to trace the owner of the pet.

It was discovered during Thursday (25 April) at the Lancashire Archives in Bow Lane near County Hall.

The RSPCA have been informed.

Senior archivist David Tilsley explained in a video appeal by the county council how the ferret appears to have snuck in via a fire escape.

The animal is believed to be a pet rather than a wild ferret.

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You can contact County Hall on 03001236701 and ask for the archives team if its your ferret.

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