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As if 2020 could not get any stranger, the Tuscaloosa Police Department captured two rams Friday morning after they reportedly terrorized motorists and business owners for two weeks.

According to the TPD Facebook page, officers responded to a call stating that both rams were traveling along Skyland Boulevard "aggressively charging at vehicles in [a] car lot."

"A worker at a business was able to get them into a gated area before animal control officers were notified," the page said.

Animal control has been receiving calls about the rams for the past two weeks. TPD's public information officer Stephanie Taylor said that the rams were transported to a farm and are now safe.

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