A tiny figure in a blue woollen tracksuit was found forlorn and lost wandering in the fog at Oxford Street, London, last
A tiny figure in a blue woollen tracksuit was found forlorn and lost wandering in the fog at Oxford Street, London, last night. It was a small Capuchin monkey and was found by Mr. Maurice Kramen of Upper Park Road, Hampstead, N.W. who took it to West End Central Police Station. It was later transferred to the R.S.P.C.A. Office at Jermyn Street where after being warmed and fed on biscuits, chocolates, apples and fruit pie it settled down happily in a small ward while police traced its owner who is Mr. Alan Bennett, 186 Sussex Gardens, Paddington, W.2., who is a street photographer. The small Capuchin monkey pictured at the R.S.P.C.A. office in Jermyn Street. December 1962 P004098Q9820
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