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A mountain lion is on the loose in Oroville Friday morning and authorities are gearing up to capture it. No one has been injured in the ordeal so far.
Police responded to reports of the animal in a tree on Greenville Street around 9 a.m.
Working with the Department of Fish and Game, authorities attempted to tranquilize the animal multiple times.
It continued moving, making its way to a backyard on Elgin Street, where officials were finally able to corner the cat. Tranquilizer darts have been used on the wild cat and law enforcement are now waiting for the drugs to take effect.
This is a developing story, stay tuned to Action News Now for details as they are made available.
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