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Ferrets missing after break-in at college.

POLICE are hunting a group of ferrets after a break-in at Coleg Cambria.

Thieves smashed their way into the college's animal centre in Northop - forcing open cages housing seven ferrets.

The crooks targeted the centre, in a secluded part of the Holywell Road campus, on Sunday, February 8, while the college was closed for the weekend.

Investigating officers say it is not known if the ferrets were stolen or if burglars deliberately left the cages open and allowed them to escape.

Six female ferrets - Trinity, Aqua, Orla, Marmalade, Marmite and Monkey - and one male ferret called Hogmanay, were all missing from their secure cages in a locked compound.

Anyone with information is urged to call North Wales Police on 101 (ref U018990).


Seven ferrets are missing from Coleg Cambria

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Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:Feb 10, 2016
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