GARDENDALE, Ala. (CNN/WBRC) - A burglar "dropped in" on a police station in Alabama.
The suspect should be easy to spot in the video: He's wearing a mask and is covered in fur.
The raccoon falls from the ceiling in front of a security camera at the Gardendale Police Department, and he was in no hurry to leave.
You can see the animal sniffing around the lobby area.
When officers went after him, he first held onto an inside door.
Later, he tried clinging onto the metal exit door before admitting defeat and running away.
"It actually wanted back in the building, and it fought there at the door trying to get back in,” said GPD Sgt. Scott Banks. “It really didn't want outside, so it likes it here at the new Public Safety Center. And it wanted to stay."
Police say they have since found all of the raccoon's entry points into the station house and blocked them off.
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