Police seek those responsible in raccoon burning
BARRIE, Ont. — An Ontario police force is looking for those responsible for allegedly burning a baby raccoon. Barrie, Ont., police say a severely injured raccoon was found in a park on Sunday afternoon and it is believed a flammable liquid was used as an ignition source. The raccoon was brought to Procyon Wildlife Centre in Beeton, Ont., after a woman found the animal. The centre says the raccoon is being treated by a veterinarian for burns to its face, arms, belly and one side of its body. Procyon says a veterinarian has given the raccoon ointment for the burns, antibiotics and pain medication.