Sneaky Raccoons Break Into a Bank In California

Raccoons have once again shown the world that it’s not just a funny coincidence that they wear natural criminal masks on their faces. A few days ago, a couple of the dumpster divers were caught inside a closed bank in Redwood City, California. The fluffy bandits were spotted by a man who was using the bank’s ATM. At first, he thought he was looking at a stuffed animal, but as soon as the critter began to move, he knew it was the real thing. The SPCA was promptly called, and they, in turn, contacted the bank manager for assistance. There were muddy paw prints on a tree outside the bank, so SPCA workers believe the raccoons climbed up the tree and onto the roof of the bank. Somehow, they managed to crawl into the air ducts and fell through the ceiling tiles onto the floor of the bank. After 10 minutes of chasing the intruders, the SPCA managed to safely shoo the pair outside. Neither of the raccoons was injured in the chase.