Desperately still seeking lost monkeys

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Two lost monkeys are still on the loose in Oban, despite their owner’s appeal in The Oban Times to get them back.

Pamela-Jane Wood left them on the railings above George Street beach after taking a holiday snap of the pair on their Scottish break from Clacton-on-Sea.

Ms Wood dashed off back to her tour coach only realising too late she had left monkeys Red Adair and Spekkels Spinky behind.

So far a Facebook appeal and the help of The Oban Times has failed to get them home but Ms Wood, who can be emailed at pamela.wood@btinternet.com, still has hope.