SONORA (CBS SF) — CHP officers in Sonora had to corral a llama or alpaca that got loose on Highway 49 in Tuolumne County on Monday.

In a Facebook post Monday afternoon, law enforcement admitted they were unsure if the animal that was captured was an alpaca or llama.

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According to story first published by CBS Sacramento affiliate CBS13, on Monday, CHP officers had to try and chase down a creature that went on a run down Highway 49.

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Loose alpaca or llama in Tuolomne County (CHP Sonora Division)

“Luckily, a local resident with knowledge of these animals was able to assist us by corralling it into a fenced area and prevent it from getting hit by a vehicle on the highway,” the Facebook post read.

Authorities are still trying to determine exactly where the the animal escaped from, but CHP are currently trying to find its owner.

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Anyone who recognizes the animal is asked to call Tuolumne County Animal Control at (209) 694-2730.