Colorado officer disperses ‘suspicious’ raccoons at public park

Police in Colorado shared video of an officer who made a night time visit to a public park to disperse “several suspicious parties” — a gang of raccoons.

The Pueblo Police Department said in a Facebook post that “several suspicious parties” were spotted after 10 p.m. Wednesday in Pueblo City Park.

“They were warned about the park curfew closing at [10 p.m.] and given a warning,” the post said.

The video shows the officer shining a flashlight at the raccoons gathered around a picnic table.

“Move it along,” the officer says. “The park closes at 10.”

The officer thanks the raccoons as they leave and tells them to “have a great night.”