On the 6th of this month, a 3.5-meter-long "Reticulated python" that had been bred as a pet that escaped from an apartment in Yokohama City was made of wood with a simple key that was different from the one that the owner's man received permission from the city. It turned out that it was kept in the cage of.
The snake has not yet been found and police are continuing to search.
The search on the 8th began at 9 am with 14 police officers, who used sticks to squeeze through the dead grass and river bushes in the thickets near the apartment where the Reticulated pythons were bred. I was checking if the snake was hidden by stepping on it.
On the 6th of this month, a yellow "Reticulated python", which was kept as a pet and was about 3.5 meters long and weighs about 10 kilograms, escaped from an apartment room in Totsuka-ku, Yokohama, and has not been found yet.
So far, no snake injuries or damages have been identified, but police are continuing to search.
According to the city of Yokohama, the owner's man in his twenties received permission from the city four years ago to keep snakes in a locked glass case, and in April last year he also received permission to change the size of the case. ..
However, the city of Yokohama confirmed this time that just before the snake escaped, it was kept in a wooden cage with a simple key instead of a licensed glass case, and this key was unlocked and the sliding door was open. ..
The man explained to the city that he had changed to a wooden cage "because the snake had grown."
Police and the city are investigating the situation where snakes have escaped.