Llama on the loose in Strathcona County – Global News

Llama on the loose in Strathcona County - Global News
Llama drama: llama on the loose in Strathcona County
On Tuesday at around 8:15 a.m., officials came across the furry fugitive on Range Road 214 and Township Road 530.

Strathcona County CPOs got into a chase with this bandit down @Strathcona back roads. #shpk #yeg #fortsask #whatpursuit #strathco #ABroads pic.twitter.com/ITxolZul2F

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It is unclear where the animal came from or how it should be captured and as of Wednesday afternoon, the llama was still on the run.

According to Strathcona County RCMP Const. Chantelle Kelly, officers are not actively looking for the llama but are hoping that anyone who happens to be missing one comes forward soon.

A llama is on the loose in Strathcona County. The animal was last seen Wednesday morning in the area of Range Road 214 and Township Road 530.

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Police have confirmed they received multiple calls about the animal, but so far no one has come forward to claim it. The llama is not in police custody.

According to Strathcona County RCMP, video of the escaped animal was takenat 8:17 a.m. on May 27 near Range Road 214 and Township Road 530.

A still from a video posted online shows the llama running next to the road in Strathcona County. (CREDIT: STRATHCONA COUNTY)

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