Some cattle were reportedly on the loose in southwestern Steuben County Friday night.
Via a social media post residents and those traveling in area of Salem Center Bear 400 South between 800 and 327 were advised to use caution because a group of cattle were out and roaming in the fog.
Reports Friday night indicated that the loose cattle could be as far west as 600 West and 450 South or 250 South. It was also shared that at least one of the cattle had been hit.
Anyone who has seen the cattle is asked to call or text 260.668.6863.
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