Police Ask for Public’s Help Solving Mystery as Lizards Mailed to Wrong New York Address
You can imagine the recipient's shock and surprise when the box was opened.
The lizards showed up at the wrong recipient's home on August 27, according to the New York Post and you can imagine the shock and surprise they had when they opened the box.
The recipient notified police, who then posted on Facebook about the incident.
“Needless to say the addressee was quite startled when they opened the box,” Port Chester police wrote. “If you lost your lizards and iguanas we have them at the police department.”
The post also came with a corresponding photo of the lizards.
Cops say the lizards are currently at an animal sanctuary and will remain there until someone claims them.
Inside Edition Digital has reached out to the Port Chester Police Department to see if there are any updates and has not heard back.
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