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The lemur stolen from the Elmvale Jungle Zoo has been found.

JC, a black and white ruffed lemur, was taken from the zoo along with a tortoise named Stanley and monkey named Agnes on May 28.

The OPP sent out a tweet on the morning on June 3 noting the lemur had been located overnight in Quebec.

“Great collaborative effort by law enforcement. Two males facing criminal charges,” stated the tweet.

The news thrilled officials at the Elmvale Jungle Zoo, who posted a Facebook message about the good fortune shortly before noon on Sunday.

“We are thrilled to announce that JC our black and white ruffed Lemur has been found,” stated the message. “This is a huge relief to everyone at the Elmvale Jungle Zoo, but we are still in search of our…

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