Officials are looking out for a tiger who was noticed in japanese Tennessee early Thursday, the Knox County Sheriff’s Office said. Knoxville police dispatch stated there have been three reported sightings of the animal round 7 a.m. Thursday close to Thorngrove Pike in Knoxville, CBS affiliate WVLT reports.
WVLT stories crews had been despatched to the space to research. Overnight officers stated they acquired a number of calls of potential sightings in the areas round John Sevier Highway close to Thorngrove Pike and on Bales Lane.
Zoo Knoxville officers stated the zoo shouldn’t be lacking any tigers and all tigers at the zoo had been accounted for as of Thursday morning.
The sheriff’s workplace stated Wednesday that officers with animal management, KPD, Air Watch, TWRA and Tiger Haven, a big cat rescue in Roane County, are “working to capture a tiger that was last spotted by a deputy in the Forks of the River Industrial Park.”