A bat flew into my building tonight was the call I got late Sunday night. It was from a manager of a 2nd hand store in Vacaville and he wanted the bat removed as soon as possible. I told him I'd be there first thing in the morning and I'd do everything I could to locate the bat and remove it. I arrived the following morning and searched the store for the bat. the employee's told me the bat was locked inside over night and they hadn't seen it yet that morning. I gave the building a once over hoping to find the Bat in an easy to see and reach location. The first place around the ceiling and rafters of the store didn't offer any such luck. I moved to looking behind pictures on the wall, boxes and furniture and was still coming up empty handed. I looked behind light fixtures and lamps with no luck. I azxked the employee's if any other doors were open when they arrived to see if there were any other possible rooms the bat could be in. They informed me that the receiving room door was open and that it could possibly be in there. I searched that room and found it roosting at the corner of a twenty foot ceiling. I grabbed my extension ladder climbed to the bat and gently removed it. I took it outside and released it. The Bat flew away, most likely back to its original roost.