Wales

Police appeal to find 5ft missing pet lizard in Swansea

The missing lizard
Image caption The lizard disappeared after being let out of a house to exercise in the garden

A 5ft (1.5m) long pet lizard has gone missing from a Swansea garden, after being let out of the house for some exercise.

South Wales Police said the reptile is not considered dangerous but its owner is concerned for its welfare.

It disappeared from King Edwards Road at around 16:30 BST on Saturday.

Police appealed for sightings of the lizard which has black and white scales and is said to be puffy around the neck.

The force said anybody who spots it is advised to call the police on 101 immediately so arrangements may be made for its recovery. Please quote reference 62130257594.

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