'Move It Along': Raccoons in Park After Closing Time Moved On by Pueblo Police Officer

A police officer caught a group of raccoons loitering after hours in a park in Pueblo, Colorado, on Wednesday night, July 21, and told them to “move it along”.

In video posted by Pueblo Police Department, the officer illuminated the animals with a torch in City Park and is heard saying, “Move it along. Park closes at 10. Past curfew.”

He urges the raccoons a “have a great night” as they scurry off. Credit: Pueblo Police Department via Storyful

Video transcript

- Move it along. Park closes at 10:00. Past curfew. Thank you. Have a great night. Keep going.

Move it along. Park closes at 10:00. Past curfew. Thank you. Have a great night. Keep going.

Move it along. Park closes at 10:00. Past curfew. Thank you. Have a great night. Keep going.

Move it along. Park closes at 10:00. Past curfew. Thank you. Have a great night. Keep going.

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