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Moose Back in Town after being Led Out Last Night

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A moose is reportedly back in the area after officials tried to herd it out of town last night.

A KX viewer sent in this photo from Wednesday morning of the moose walking near BTI Net in Bismarck.

Officer Pat Renz with the Bismarck Police Department says game and fish officials used four wheelers to "herd" the moose last night.

He says they moved it north away from the golf course.

But Renz says several callers indicate the moose is back in the area again this morning.

Renz says the plan is to leave it alone and hope it moves out of the area on its own.

Police and game and fish officials strongly advise the public to stay away from it.

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