ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission says they have caught a monkey that has been on the lam in St. Petersburg for two years. The FWC tells 10 News they were able to shoot the monkey with a tranquilizer. The animal was then transported to a veterinarian's office in Safety Harbor for evaluation and testing. The monkey has been a mainstay in Tampa Bay for several years. It is thought the rhesus macaque escaped from a small colony of monkeys that live in Silver Springs.