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An alert has been issued to area residents in Norwalk after what appears to be a mountain lion was captured on video the around Tina Street near the 605 Freeway.
Home surveillance of a large cat believed to be a mountain lion has residents on alert. Norwalk city spokesman Jeff Hobbs told reporters that a video taken by a residential security camera “appears” to be authentic and that the large animal was seen roaming around a residential street.
The video was taken at about 3:30 a.m. on Tuesday.
Department of Fish & Game officials said they also believe it’s a mountain lion but can’t explain why a lion is so far from a wilderness area. The video was shot in the 11000 block of Tina Street.
Residents are urged to be cautious if they see the animal, and are being asked to immediately contact authorities by calling 911.
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