Aggressive bull on the loose in Penrose, sheriff warns

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PENROSE, Colo. — An aggressive bull was on the loose in Penrose and the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office is warning people to steer clear of it.

Penrose is between Pueblo and Canon City on Highway 50.

The sheriff’s office said the large bull was last seen heading south on M Street from 16th Street south of Highway 50.

“It’s my bull, do not approach him he will charge,” Chase Edwards stated on Facebook.

Edwards said the bull got out Tuesday morning.

“This is a full-size year-and-a-half-old aggressive bull,” Amanda Davis-Suddoth wrote on Facebook.

Davis-Suddoth said bullfighters and bull riders are out looking for the animal.

“If anyone sees the animal, please do not approach it, call us,” the sheriff’s office said.

To report a sighting, call 719-784-3411 and press 1 at the recording.