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Two llamas were on the lam in Sun City, a suburb outside Phoenix, Arizona. For more than 30 minutes authorities chased the pair until some old fashioned cowboy lassoing reined them in. Watch there epic chase.
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The streets of Sun City, Arizona, are once again safe after lasso-tossing cowboys reined in a pair of runaway llamas