MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A 5-foot-long boa constrictor who went missing in east-central Minnesota has been found.

“Rocky” went missing Sept. 3. It escaped its tank and left its home in Princeton after a door was left open.

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According to Mille Lacs County Animal Control, Rocky was found by the owner’s neighbors Sunday and has been reunited with its owner.

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The snake’s owner offered a $200 reward for Rocky, who she and her mother have cared for for 12 years, according to a Facebook post.