**video at link** LAKEWOOD, Wash. -- A Spanaway, Wash., family is considering legal action against Lakewood, Wash., police for releasing a man in a gorilla suit who allegedly grabbed their 5-year-old son at a store. Police are asking for the publics help in tracking down the man. The boy's parents said they are enraged by the way police handled the case at a supermarket on Aug. 2, when the man snatched the boy and fled. Anthony and April Santiago heard their son screaming and chased down the man and held him for police. When Lakewood police officers arrived, the man said it was a joke. Police accepted the man's explanation that it was a prank and they let him go. Crimestoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the capture of the man and filing of charges. The phone number is 253-591 5959. http://www.wjactv.com/news/10120656/detail.html edited by DP due to copyright infringement.