Wolves spotted in Rosemont

Three wolves were seen in Rosemont Tuesday afternoon chasing a deer.

Wolves (not the ones picutred) were spotted yesterday afternoon chasing a deer in Rosemont.

Three wolves were spotted in Rosemont near the golf course Tuesday afternoon.

The Nelson Police Department says the complainant said they were observed around 5 p.m. chasing a deer.

“If you come into contact with a wolf that does not run away, stay calm, raise your voice and make yourself appear larger than you are by raising your arms in the air,” Sgt. Corey Hoy said.

“Throw sticks or rocks to scare the wolf away, back away slowly, and do not turn your back to the wolf.”

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