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West Virginian officials capture cattle on the loose in parking lot

Police and animal shelter workers chased and captured escaped cattle that got loose on Saturday in a West Virginia shopping center’s parking lot.

A family bought the cattle at an auction and decided to make a stop at the Merritt’s Creek Shopping Plaza in Barboursville while traveling home, according to WSAZ, which did not name the family.     

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During the stop, the couple's son accidentally let the cattle loose. The cattle roamed the parking lot and were seen running outside a few stores. Some shoppers captured the escape on camera.  

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Huntington Cabell Wayne Animal Shelter workers and Barboursville Police Department chased and finally caught the cattle. There were no injuries reported.