An animal which is believed to be a kangaroo has been snapped hopping around town.

The Bulwell, Rise Park and Highbury Vale Police in Bulwell, Nottinghamshire, posted the picture of a mysterious animal in the wilderness, yesterday.

They captioned the photo: ‘G’day Bulwell, this picture was taken this morning in Bulwell, I think you’re thinking what I’m thinking and I think we might be right mate.

The mysterious animal (pictured) was captured on camera and sent to the Bulwell, Rise Park and Highbury Vale Police in Nottinghamshire, before being posted to Facebook yesterday

The mysterious animal (pictured) was captured on camera and sent to the Bulwell, Rise Park and Highbury Vale Police in Nottinghamshire, before being posted to Facebook yesterday

The mysterious animal (pictured) was captured on camera and sent to the Bulwell, Rise Park and Highbury Vale Police in Nottinghamshire, before being posted to Facebook yesterday

‘There’s a Kangaroo in Bulwell and we believe she has two Joeys in tow. They were seen hopping around on the old pit site this morning. So if you see Red, Skippy or Joey bouncing around near you give us a ring.’

Their message has sent the internet into meltdown with 1.2k shares and people saying: ‘Sod the Aussy trip, let’s nip here to see a Kangaroo.’

Kimmy Joe added: ‘Just seen it hop out snapewood shop with two cans of Stella.’ 

The police have asked people to call them if they spot a 'Red, Skippy or Joey', in the hilarious post (file image)

The police have asked people to call them if they spot a 'Red, Skippy or Joey', in the hilarious post (file image)

The police have asked people to call them if they spot a ‘Red, Skippy or Joey’, in the hilarious post (file image)

Sarah Wagg said: ‘Think someone needs an animal picture book.’  

Denise Caldwell wrote: ‘I see an german shepherd could be and aligator would have to go look for myself lol.’

Bulwell’s Police wrote a witty response: ‘We’ve looked into this report and nothing’s jumping out at us – but if you see anything out back, hop to it and let us know!’

Source : Mail Online

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