Uncategorized Leopard enters police station, causing cops to flee and evacuate the area

Leopard enters police station, causing cops to flee and evacuate the area

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A leopard that found its way into a police station at Kotwali, Chittorgarh, India, caused quite a stir, forcing the officers to flee and temporarily evacuate the compound and the surrounding area.

Forest department officials were quickly called to the police station where they set a trap for the big cat. The leopard, however, cleverly evaded the trap and continued wandering the police station.

The authorities finally managed to shoot the leopard with a tranquilizer dart. Once the creature was sedated, it was relocated to a forested area.

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