Barricade Jumper on the Run

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ST. LOUIS, (M.O.); Security officials from the St. Louis Zoo are searching for a young man who visited the zoo over the summer. Officials say this young man walked past barricades in order to gain access to a statue for photos. “We put these barricades out for the safety of the public. The Zoo Rules clearly states that if there are barricades, you can not pass them or disturb them,” said Captain Jerry Platte, head of security at the Zoo.

According to the press release, the Zoo has been working to identify visitors who violate the rules within the park. During the summer 2020 season, they issued 46 citations and made 2 arrests. “Using advanced facial recognition software, we have been able to identify nearly every offender and punish them accordingly,” said Captain Platte. But for the summer 2020 season, only one offender remains unidentified.

A young man is said to have made his way past a set of barricades in order to gain access to a statue for a picture. “What makes it so hard to nab this guy,” said Captain Platte, “is that he never took his mask off. Not on any of our cameras, that is. He must have been the only guy at the park who’s face we can’t identify.”

Laura Suárez, official spokeswoman for the St. Louis Zoo, spoke at the press conference regarding the unidentified suspect. “We need the public’s help,” plead Suárez, “we can’t let another rule breaker slip through the cracks. If the public has any tips that may lead to the identification of this barricade jumper, please contact the authorities.”

The offender is said to be caucasian, a male between the ages of 8 and 11 with blonde hair.

Anyone with information about the accused barricade jumper should contact St. Louis Police at (314) 231-1212

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