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Police eject raccoon from subway station

By Ben Hooper

April 5 (UPI) -- New York police responded to a subway station where they were called upon to eject a fare-dodging raccoon.

Police responded to the 14th Street/6th Avenue subway station about 2 a.m. Wednesday to remove the surly trash panda spotted wandering around the facility.

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Officers caught the raccoon in a garbage can and transferred it to a cage for safe transport.

The raccoon was turned over to New York City Animal Care & Control.

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