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Posted June 12, 2009 | Copyright © The Northern Virginia Daily
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This little piggy went to town

Strasburg police officer John Magdinec, left, and Sgt. Lonnie Conner, right, walk alongside a Shenandoah County Sheriff's Department cruiser as they escort a pig home along Pouts Hill Road near Strasburg on Wednesday evening. Photos by Rich Cooley/Daily

The police cruiser's headlights help the pig find his way home.

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STRASBURG - Strasburg police and a Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office deputy went into round-up mode Wednesday night when a pig frightened by a thunderstorm was found wandering around town.

The pig, owned by Buckey Lantz of Pouts Hill Road, broke out of his pen and fled to town during the fierce storm.

Police located the pig and escorted him home.

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