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6-foot python found slithering around O.C. parking lot

September 27, 2011 |  7:53 pm

A 6-foot-long python slithering in a parking lot was found Tuesday underneath a car at the Buena Park Mall.

Cpl. Andy Luong of the Buena Park Police Department told the Orange County Register that a man reported seeing the yellow snake under the a Ford Focus in a parking lot in the 8100 block of La Palma Avenue.

Animal control officers recovered the snake. No injuries were reported.

Police were trying to identify an owner and asked anyone with information to call officers at (714) 562-3902.


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Photo: Python that was found in parking lot. Credit: Buena Park Police Department via Orange County Register