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Police try to reunite lost leopard with owner

PUBLISHED: 12:50 28 July 2018 | UPDATED: 12:50 28 July 2018

The lost snow leopard. Picture: Great Yarmouth Police

The lost snow leopard. Picture: Great Yarmouth Police

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Police are hoping to reunite a snow leopard with its rightful owner.

Great Yarmouth Police tweeted on Saturday morning that the soft toy had been lost on Marine Parade last weekend.

They said: “Can you help us try and reunite this little person with their snow leopard? It

“It was lost on Marine Parade in #GreatYarmouth on 20th July and we would love to help find it for them. Thanks! #PS694”

If you have spotted the snow leopard, get in touch with Great Yarmouth Police by replying to the tweet or by ringing 101.

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