Morgan Stanley Schools Employees On What To Do When Encountering A Mountain Lion

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From: Caso, Thomas (Security)
Sent: Thursday, June 09, 2011 11:08 AM
To: All
Subject: Possible Sighting of Mountain Lion

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This morning the Harrison Police Department forwarded a press release, issued by the State of Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, concerning possible sightings of a mountain lion in the nearby King Street area of Greenwich, CT.

The Connecticut DEP recommends that "anyone that sees this animal should not approach it and immediately call the local police and the DEP 24-hour Emergency Phone Line at 860-3423-3333." Employees are asked to contact the 2000W Security Console at 914 225-1111 in the unlikely event of a sighting on Campus.

Prudence would dictate that employees that need to go outside should remain close to the building, and avoid walking or jogging in remote areas of the Campus until this issue is resolved.

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