Wild boar sighted in Bishan Park
Police have cordoned off an area in Bishan Park where a wild boar was sighted this morning.
A local pest control company, NParks and police officers are on site trying to trap the animal.
Wielding bamboo poles, the personnel have surrounded a bush of thick ferns growing next to a lily pond in the park, near the junction of Ang Mo Kio Ave 1 and Upp Thomson Road.
Channel NewsAsia understands a resident called the police after a child was chased by the animal in the park.
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