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CINCINNATI — Law enforcement were being responding Thursday to multiple overnight phone calls about monkeys on the loose in close proximity to a cemetery.

The report may have been misinformation, but law enforcement are using it very seriously, claimed Cincinnati law enforcement Sgt. Jacob Hicks. No officers have noted viewing the monkeys in St. Joseph Cemetery, he explained.

At the very least two phone calls were being made Wednesday to Cincinnati police about the monkeys, but dispatchers were not in a position to make additional call with the callers, law enforcement said.

Stephen Bitner, president of Cincinnati Catholic Cemetery Culture, which owns the cemetery, claimed he checked stability cameras but saw no exercise.

The cemetery does have a flock of wild turkeys, he additional.

“Wild turkeys nest in trees,” he stated. “So the dilemma is, ‘were they nesting in the trees,’ since whoever filmed and set (the movie) on social media, it was (witnessed) by the electricity traces since you can see the energy lines in the movie.”

The movie circulating Fb exhibits a few dim bodies in the trees, but it’s much too dark to cle

Bruce VanHook, who manages the cemetery, was there at 6:30 a.m. “Between him and I, we have patrolled for probably the past two hours and we can not see nearly anything that is related to a monkey,” Bitner said.

The cemetery residence borders privately owned woods that stretch about a half of a mile away, he explained.

Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Yard spokeswoman Michelle Curley instructed The Enquirer, section of the Usa Nowadays Community, that the zoo wasprepared to respond if essential.

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