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Nellie the elephant has lost her home! Can you help find her owner?

PUBLISHED: 11:21 09 October 2018

Nellie the elephant which police are looking to reunite with its owners. Picture: Lowestoft Police

Nellie the elephant which police are looking to reunite with its owners. Picture: Lowestoft Police

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Can you help get Nellie home?

Lowestoft Police are looking for the owners of an elephant which was recovered by police during an investigation on Monday.

They are asking for anyone with any information or knowledge about Nellie’s owner to come forward to help reunite her with her rightful owner.

Lowestoft Police said in a tweet: “Get Nellie Home! Nellie was recovered by police on the 08/10/18 in South Lowestoft during an investigation.

“If you know her owner contact tel 101 EastCID ref 37/57889/18.”

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