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Beverly’s seal”Shoebert,” leaves Shoe Pond and turns up in police station parking lot

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“Breaking “Shoebert “ News:

At approximately 2:30am on 09/23/22 we had a visit from everyone’s favorite seal Shoebert. Shoebert made his way out of the pond and traveled through the Cummings Center parking lot and came to the side door of the police station for some help.

Within a short period of time the entire midnight shift, Beverly Animal Contol, Members of NOAA, the International Fund for Animal Welfare, and the Beverly Fire Department all came to the rescue of Shoebert. We were able to get Shoebert into a special wildlife carrier without incident. Shoebert appeared to be in good health and was a little sassy in the early morning hours.

‘Shoebert’ was transported to the Mystic Aquarium in Connecticut for observation and any needed medical care before his future release to the wild.

Thank you Shoebert for having faith in the BPD, you will be deeply missed by your friends here. Over the past week, you brought a lot of joy and happiness to our city. Feel free to come back and visit anytime!” -Beverly Police Department.


Beverly Police Department photo.


Beverly Police Department photo.


Beverly Police Department photo.


Beverly Police Department photo.

About Michael Silvia

Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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