ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Bears and moose are a common sight on Alaska roadways, but drivers in the state’s largest city had a whole different animal problem Wednesday.

KTUU reports (http://bit.ly/2wGzsLO) police received a call about loose sheep and a ram wandering through traffic in south Anchorage.

A dispatch from police said a nearby resident was able to corral the animals into a fenced area.

The owner was located and will be united with the livestock.

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