FARMINGTON, Mich. (WXYZ) - The owner of a 6-foot rogue iguana has been found.
Farmington Public Safety officers were called to the Warner Farms subdivision in Farmington on Friday after they received a report about a large reptile roaming the area.
Officers found and captured the 6-foot iguana resting on a resident’s lawn, according to a news release.
Sara Tank, the iguana's owner, noticed Elliot was missing when she arrived home from work and immediately called police.
Sara says Elliot is 10 years old and loves to sit in the window to soak up the sunshine. She thinks Elliot snuck out an open door for a walk.
Sara says Elliot is very friendly and potty trained.
Elliot and her owner will be reunited on Monday.
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