The precious baby monkey stolen from a New South Wales wildlife park has been located, but NSW Police say the whereabouts of two others remains unknown.

In a cheekily-titled statement, police confirmed they had located the unnamed month-old Pygmy Marmoset stolen from Symbio Wildlife Park on Saturday.

Stolen Bebé Marmoset Found Alive By Police As Search For 2 More Continues

A call to Crimestoppers (good job, whoever you are) gave police enough info to track down and pull over a car in Appin this afternoon.

Police spoke to the two male occupants before searching the vehicle and finding the young marmoset. Both men were arrested before being taken to Campbelltown Police Station.

The infant, which staff feared would die if it didn’t receive immediate care, is on its way back to the park.

The whereabouts of the other two monkeys – named Gomez and Sophia, as if this couldn’t be any more heart-breaking – is yet to be determined.

Police are still asking anyone with information to contact Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000. If a call could locate the bebé, it might just help out the older ones too.

Source: NSW Police.
Photo: Symbio Wildlife Park / Facebook.