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Yakima Humane Society Animal Control Officers Stephanie Riehs and Crystal Goss (above L-R) escort one of two sheep that were on the lamb from C. Speck Motors’ service department Tuesday afternoon. This sheep was taken into custody, but the other was still MIA, according to Riehs.

Photo by Tim Graff.
Yakima Humane Society Animal Control Officers Stephanie Riehs and Crystal Goss (above L-R) escort one of two sheep that were on the lamb from C. Speck Motors’ service department Tuesday afternoon. This sheep was taken into custody, but the other was still MIA, according to Riehs.

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One of two sheep that were on the lamb from C. Speck Motors’ service department Tuesday afternoon. This sheep was taken into custody, but the other was still MIA. Both sheep had been corralled by police officers at a local business the night before but were inadvertently released when employees of the business showed up for work at 4 a.m. and opened the gates. The lively chase and round-up of the sheep at C. Speck Motors kept sales and service staff busy for about 15 minutes.

Yakima Humane Society Animal Control Officers Stephanie Riehs and Crystal Goss (above L-R) escort one of two sheep that were on the lamb from C. Speck Motors’ service department Tuesday afternoon. This sheep was taken into custody, but the other was still MIA, according to Riehs (see inset). Both sheep had been corralled by police officers at a local business the night before but were inadvertently released when employees of the business showed up for work at 4 a.m. and opened the gates. The lively chase and round-up of the sheep at C. Speck Motors kept sales and service staff busy for about 15 minutes.

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