Florida police are asking for the public’s help in catching an unusual suspect. A speedy, unknown cow has been on the Pembroke Pines Police Department’s radar since January, but has been able to avoid captivity due to its “surprising speed and amazing fence jumping skills.” So far the police has been unable to determine who the cow belongs to or where it came from.
Pembroke Pines Police Department said in a post on Facebook, “For several months a loose cow has been seen wandering in the area of Sheridan Street & I-75. It has managed to evade capture by both our officers and assisting cow herders since January, due to its surprising speed and amazing fence jumping skills.”
“While the cow itself doesn’t present a threat to the public, it has been known to enter roadways where it endangers itself and surrounding motorists. If you know the owner of this cow, or if you know its current whereabouts, please contact the PPPD at 954-431-2200.
“If you are driving and you observe the cow in or near the roadway, please decrease your speed and safely move to the next lane over.”
What exactly are the charges for the unknown cow? On the wanted poster, the Pembroke Pines Police Department reported: MOOving Violation, UDDERing false checks, and Fleeing & Eluding police. To help the public identify the cow, the police have provided a description. “Female cow, brown with a white head. Faster than it looks; talked fence jumper, enjoys pools. Frequents the area near Sheridan Street & I-75.”