It slowly descended to the 17th floor and hung out for a while on a new window ledge before making its way back up the office tower.
The raccoon was originally stranded on a different nearby building Monday before escaping to a nearby roof and starting its unlikely ascent, Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) reports.
Onlookers and reporters tracked the critter's progress as it scaled the 25-storey UBS Tower. That's when it started climbing.
A raccoon scaling the side of a skyscraper Tuesday has people all across the country watching its every move with bated breath.
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"You can do it, Rocket!" they say at one point, a reference many were using to the character of Rocket Raccoon voiced by Bradley Cooper in the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise.
The city's mayor, Melvin Carter, assured raccoon-watchers help was on the way.
Earlier, St. Paul Animal Control had dispatched officials to the roof to set live traps.
"Even wild animals know @cityofsaintpaul is a great place to reach for higher heights", he tweeted.
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"Any other measures we think would endanger him".
The raccoon was first spotted on a ledge Tuesday morning, just a few floors high.
The raccoon has gained a social media following around the country, as people hope the little creature makes it to the top of the building.
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