On-The-Loose Cow That Has Evaded Police Since January Is 'Faster Than It Looks'
Police in America have been hunting for a cow for the past few weeks and have constantly come up short.
For several months a loose cow has been seen wandering in the area of Sheridan & I-75. It has evaded capture by both our officers & assisting cow herders since January. If you know the owner of this cow, or if you know its whereabouts, contact the PPPD at 954-431-2200. :cow2: pic.twitter.com/S4QrBYYeIa- Pembroke Pines PD (@PPinesPD) March 11, 2020
The issue has become so severe that the local police department have issued a Wanted poster to encourage people to be on the lookout for the bovine creature.
Pembroke Pines Police Department wrote on social media: "Wanted: Unknown Cow.
"Description: Female cow. Brown with a white head. Faster than it looks. Talented fence jumper. Enjoys pools."
"Pending charges: Mooving Violations, Uddering false checks, and fleeing and eluding police."
Thankfully the cow isn't a danger to anyone, however an animal-on-the-loose does mean there could be some road safety issues that crop up.
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RESIDENTS: We appreciate the interest that our loose cow has received! :cow2: We're working with trained cow herders to safely catch her so that she does not continue to walk into busy roadways. If you'd like to help us, please contact 954-431-2200 IMMEDIATELY if you see her. pic.twitter.com/dvgvnqTKAf- Pembroke Pines PD (@PPinesPD) March 11, 2020
However, since the Pembroke Pines Police Department uploaded the cow's mugshot to social media, people have been coming out to support the animal.
One person wrote: "The cow has no owner, it belongs solely to itself!"
Another added: "What's your beef?"
A third said: "You just keep running girl."
People who are heading through the I-75 in Broward County are being urged to keep their eyes peeled for a cow that looks like it could be a fugitive.
Featured Image Credit: Pembroke Pines Police Department