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Alligator relocated from patio of Florida home

A Kingsland, Fla., police officer and a municipal employee relocated an alligator found sunning itself on a resident's patio. <a href="https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=398538015642939&amp;set=pcb.398539105642830">Photo courtesy of the Kingsland Police Department/Facebook</a>
A Kingsland, Fla., police officer and a municipal employee relocated an alligator found sunning itself on a resident's patio. Photo courtesy of the Kingsland Police Department/Facebook

June 29 (UPI) -- A Florida police officer and a municipal employee came to the assistance of a resident who found an alligator sunning itself on their patio.

The Kingsland Police Department said in a Facebook post that an officer captured the alligator outside a Kingsland home with help from Dale Taylor of the city's Planning and Zoning Department.

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The post included photos of the alligator lurking on the patio outside the house.

A video shared by the police department showed the gator being released into the St. Marys River.

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