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Raccoon robber gets stuck inside vending machine

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Raccoon robber gets stuck inside vending machine

Raccoon robber gets stuck inside vending machine

Police rescue a curious raccoon from a high school vending machine the Florida city of Deltona.

Video credit: Volusia County Sheriff’s Office

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Raccoon robber gets stuck inside vending machine

SHOWS: DELTONA, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES (AUGUST 14, 2019) (ORIGINALLY SHOT IN PORTRAIT) (VOLUSIA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE - NO RESALE/ MUST ON SCREEN COURTESY VOLUSIA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE) (MUTE) 1.

VARIOUS OF STILL PHOTOS OF RACCOON INSIDE VENDING MACHINE DELTONA, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES (AUGUST 14, 2019) (VOLUSIA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE - NO RESALE/ MUST ON SCREEN COURTESY VOLUSIA COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE) 2.

DEPUTIES WALKING AROUND OPENED VENDING MACHINE / RACCOON RUNNING OUT OF VENDING MACHINE STORY: A curious raccoon got stuck in a high school vending machine in the Florida city of Deltona on Wednesday (August 14).

"This gentleman was apprehended today while committing a burglary of a vending machine at Pine Ridge High School," the Volusia County Sheriff's Office wrote next to two pictures of the trapped raccoon posted on social media.

A high school guardian, police and animal officers wheeled the machine outside and opened it.

The failed robber raccoon ran away from the scene immediately as seen on the video shared by the sheriff's office.

(Production: Oleksandr Ieltsov)




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