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Colorado Parks & Wildlife: No report of mountain lion in west Colorado Springs

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Colorado Parks & Wildlife says a report Friday morning by Colorado Springs police about a mountain lion sighting in the west side of town was erroneous.

Springs police issued a tweet alerting people about a mountain lion sighting near Manitou Blvd. and Monument Street. That information was reported by multiple media outlets.

But CP&W official Bill Vogrin says there's been no report of a mountain lion and that there's no threat. Vogrin did add that mountain lions are common in the area.

Springs police clarified their tweet at about 3:10 p.m.

 

 

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