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Mountain lion is reported in commercial area of the Valley

The LAPD responded to a report of a mountain lion in this area
A mountain lion was reported roaming in a commercial area Thursday night in the northeastern San Fernando Valley, police said.

A caller said the animal was behind a building in the 10900 block of Pendleton Street, near Sunland Boulevard, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.

A patrol car cruised the area but did not see the cat. No other details were immediately available.


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Image: Map shows the area where the LAPD looked for a mountain lion. Credit: Google Maps

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