by Matthew Bates (Coventry Observer)
AN ANIMAL rights activist has been arrested after getting inside a lab at the University of Warwick.
A spokesman confirmed they had handed the activist over to police after an alleged burglary but would not comment further.
The Observer understands the individual spent several hours inside labs to gather information on experiments being carried out there before being spotted. It happened on Tuesday.
A spokesman for the National Anti Vivisection Alliance said the activist went undercover and discovered tests on rodents.
He added the activist ran towards an exit after being stopped by a technician, who caught up and restrained them until police arrived.
Activists are believed to be planning a return to the site to protest “unethical and unscientific methods” of research conducted.
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