Intruders trapped in State Capitol

Ponca City Now - August 19, 2016 9:09 am

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – Two masked intruders were captured after entering the Oklahoma Capitol, rummaging through a senator's office and splashing around in a second-floor bathroom.

The intruders were raccoons.

Senate officials say security footage shows the animals sneaking down a Senate hallway on Wednesday night and exploring an office. A cleaning crew trapped them in a bathroom and called animal control officers.

 

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