An eagle-eyed 11 News viewer called the newsroom around 6:25 a.m. Tuesday claiming to have spotted some missing sheep.
Those three animals have been on the run. They were raised by the two boys who planned to sell them and use the money to help pay for college. 11 News put the viewer in touch with the family.
They met at D 1/2 Road to try to corral the three.
11 News was there and will bring you the video. The mother of the boys and part owner of the sheep says she's grateful to the viewer and everyone else who helped get these sheep back in the fold.
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