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Police said that they were searching for a 650-pound Black Angus bull calf that got loose from a farm on Monday night.
Brian Lash, the calf’s owner, said that he just purchased the bovine from an auction. The bull escaped through an opening in a fence.
“He’s not going to come home from downtown,” Lash said. “He doesn’t know where this place is. He came here on a trailer.”
The family and Grove City police helped search for the missing bull, 10TV News reported.
“Maybe he’s gotten in with some other cows and farmers,” Lash said. ‘If they check their cows, maybe they have an extra one. You can’t miss him; he’s like a shiny new penny. He’s gorgeous.”
Investigators said that the calf belongs on the McDonald Farm, located along Grove City Road.
According to Lash, the bull was last spotted at a Burger King restaurant.
“If he’s around, he went to school with the kids on the bus, to work with all the people in Grove City, to get coffee and food, and no one sees him? It’s awful strange,” Lash said.
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