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Walker Police looking for "aggressive chicken"

Posted at 12:00 PM, May 04, 2020

The Walker Police Department is asking for the public's help in tracking down an aggressive chicken.

The department's post on their Facebook page has a little fun with a Friday incident.

Apparently, police were called to Walker South Road Friday afternoon to investigate a chicken that was "terrorizing" customers at a bank for a week, both in the drive-through and at the walk-up ATM.

"Bank officials told officers that the chicken chased customers, attempted to enter customer vehicles and on a number of occasions, failed to engage in proper social distancing. Despite patrols of the area, including the kitchen of a nearby restaurant, the chicken could not be located," the post states.

Police believe the chicken "anticipated the imminent arrival of law enforcement and fled on foot."

The culprit is described as 18 inches tall and about 7 pounds. He's wanted for assault, attempted battery, attempted burglary, terroizing and violating the Governor's social distancing order.

"Given the chicken’s history of aggressive behavior, the public is urged to avoid confronting the fowl and to instead, contact Walker Police if seen," the post states.

Here's the post:

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