Toronto bank branch closed after raccoon family moves in, damages the place
Royal Bank of Canada branch to be closed until October after raccoons do damage
Canada's largest bank says a family of raccoons is responsible for shutting down a branch in Toronto's west end.
Royal Bank of Canada spokesman Mark Hamill says the branch was closed on Aug. 23 after it was discovered that the animals had moved into the ceiling.
He says the building has a high ceiling so scaffolding had to be built to make repairs once the unwanted guests were evicted.
Hamill says the branch could be closed until late October, affecting about 10,000 customers.