Trapped squirrel forces Greggs shop to close

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Red squirrel trapped in Greggs bakery in Pitlochry for more than three days. The bakery has been shut since the animal was discovered in the premises on Atholl Road on Saturday. Greggs confirmed that "after giving us the run around for a few days", it was caught and returned to its habitat.
Published 2 months ago · Pitlochry, United Kingdom

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