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Cows Seen Chasing Suspected Car Thief in Remarkable Footage Out of Florida

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A herd of cows in Florida recently joined the pursuit of a suspected car thief who was trying to ditch cops.  

The crazy cow chase began when three suspects allegedly stole a car in Seminole County, Florida, Tuesday. 

A police helicopter with a heat-seeking camera followed the vehicle until it crashed into a ditch.  

One female suspect, identified as 46-year-old Jennifer Anne Kaufman, fled on foot, and found herself in the middle of a herd of cattle. Suddenly, the 16 cows chased after her. 

"Actually, a large group of cows is following her for a good visual," the chopper pilot told cops patrolling on the ground. "Looks like they may attack her ... Keep going southeast. She's pretty far into the field now. If you see the large group of cows, they're literally following her and chasing her."

The cows made a great group effort and cornered the suspect her until police got there.

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