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Blackpool Zoo stolen monkeys: Four found but baby still missing

3 May 2014 Last updated at 15:10 BST

Four of the five monkeys stolen during a "targeted" break-in at Blackpool Zoo have been found, police said.

Two female and one baby cotton-top tamarins and two male emperor tamarins were taken by thieves who broke into their enclosures on Tuesday night.

Lancashire Police said the baby monkey was still missing after the others were found on a doorstep in Brighouse, West Yorkshire on Friday evening.

Charlotte Pennie, head of primates at the zoo, explains.

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