A dinosaur has escaped from his enclosure in Eatons Hill with police appealing for help from the public to recapture him.
Qld Police took to social media overnight to break the news, revealing the little fellow must have had at least one accomplice to break him free.
“Overnight on Saturday July 23, a dinosaur escaped from the Eatons Hill Vets on South Pine Road at Brendale,” Police said.
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“The dinosaur is believed to have at least one accomplice to help it down from its usual position above the eight metre high main gate.”
The dinosaur is described as a grey and black, 1.5 meter high, 2m long, fibre glass Raptor.
Police have asked people not to call animal control if he is spotted, but to instead call their local station or Policelink on 131 444.