BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) — A Maryland Natural Resources Police officers helped a raccoon who was found with a metal can stuck on its head in Baltimore County.
Residents reported spotting the raccoon wandering around their neighborhood.
The officer located the tired raccoon and used gardening tools to free the animal.
Yesterday, Officer First Class Brayman responded to a neighborhood in Baltimore Co. after residents reported that a raccoon had been wandering with a metal can stuck on its head. After locating the tired and lethargic raccoon, OFC Brayman used gardening tools to free the animal. pic.twitter.com/6lS6nt2ScT
— Maryland NRP (@MDNRPolice) July 13, 2020