Thieves are always looking for new ways of making money, and they adapt to the demands of the black market.
(PRWEB UK) 11 June 2014
According to the article published by BBC News dated 2 May 2014: Blackpool Zoo's cotton-top and emperor tamarin monkeys stolen, after a targeted break-in at Blackpool Zoo, a total of five tamarin monkeys have been reported stolen. Among the five monkeys, there were two females and one baby cotton-top tamarin and two male emperor tamarins. The monkeys were missing from their enclosure after the break-in by unidentified thieves. Andy McWilliam, of Lancashire Constabulary stated that were researching the black market across Europe, as there is a significant demand on the market for monkeys. Director of the Blackpool Zoo, Darren Webster, stated that all members of the staff were very saddened by the event. The police have circulated the details of the monkeys to all ports and airports in an attempt to prevent the thieves from taking the animals outside the country. Cotton-top tamarins are on the list of critically endangered species. The animals cannot survive in captivity without specialist care.
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Viv Clarke, chief investigator at Birmingham Private Detectives issued a comment upon reading the article about animal theft. “Thieves are always looking for new ways of making money, and they adapt to the demands of the black market. Exotic animals seem to be in demand, and thieves target them specifically. Birmingham Private Investigators can help in two ways: after the animals have been stolen, our private investigators can help locate them. But, our agency also has its own security experts, who will protect your zoo, home, or office by installing state-of-the-art security system which will keep what you hold valuable and precious, safe and protected. You can prevent the theft by hiring us.”