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Police relocate alligator from South Carolina parking garage

Police and animal control officers responded to a Charleston, S.C., parking garage to relocate a large alligator that wandered inside. <a href="https://www.facebook.com/CityofCharlestonPD/posts/374298754729864">Photo courtesy of the Charleston Police Department/Facebook</a>
Police and animal control officers responded to a Charleston, S.C., parking garage to relocate a large alligator that wandered inside. Photo courtesy of the Charleston Police Department/Facebook

May 26 (UPI) -- Police in South Carolina said officers teamed up with animal control and officers from other agencies to relocate an alligator found lurking in a parking garage.

The city of Charleston Police Department said animal control officers teamed worked with harbor patrol officers and personnel from Daniel Island Patrol to take on the alligator.

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Photos and video from the scene show five emergency responders wrangling the large gator.

The reptile was relocated safely to a more suitable area, police said.

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