MINNEAPOLIS, MN (CBS Local) – A raccoon spotted in Minnesota Tuesday morning scaled a building and is now 20 stories up.

The critter was first spotted at the Town Square building in St. Paul, huddled in a nook above the sidewalk.

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When building workers attempted to nab the raccoon from the ledge, it scurried over to UBS Plaza. That’s when it started climbing.

Eventually, the raccoon settled into a nook next to a window about 20 stories up.

Naturally, someone who is decidedly not the raccoon has started a Twitter account on the critter’s behalf.

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Meanwhile, someone who also is decidedly not the raccoon started a rival Twitter account.

Just before 3:30 Central time, the raccoon climbed up another story, then settled for another rest on a window ledge.

Animal control officials then announced their plan of action.

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[H/T CBS Minnesota]