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Herd of Cows Chase Alleged Car Thief Suspect Caught on Police Helicopter Camera

You are “udder” arrest! A herd of cows were in pursuit of a suspected car thief who was trying to ditch cops. The crazy cow chase started when three suspects allegedly stole a car in Seminole County, Florida, Tuesday.

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Herd of Cows Chase Alleged Car Thief Suspect Caught on Police Helicopter Camera

A police helicopter with a heat-seeking camera followed the car until it crashed into a ditch. One female suspect, identified as 46-year-old Jennifer Anne Kaufman, fled on foot and found herself in the middle of a herd of cattle.

Suddenly, 16 cows chased after her.

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