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Sri Lankan police stage snap evacuation as croc invades station

A crocodile which broke into a Sri Lankan police station and stayed the night forced constables to abandon their posts until it was captured by wildlife authorities, officers said Tuesday. Police said the six-foot (two metre) crocodile barged in through a back door of the crime branch at Nochchiyagama station, 190 kilometres (118 miles) north of Colombo. "Police men and women evacuated the building when the crocodile crashed in.
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