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David L. Ryan / Globe Staff
A coyote was first seen near Mattapan train tracks before it went through backyards. The nearby Mildred Avenue Middle School went on lockdown as Boston police searched for the animal.
Anthony Fabiano, an animal control officer, searched with a net in hand for the coyote.
Animal control officers Anthony Fabiano and Danny Gillis looked for the coyote around the Mildred Avenue Middle School in Mattapan.
City of Boston animal control officers brought the coyote, which was caught at 12 Hosmer St. in Mattapan, to their city vehicle.
Animal control officers put the coyote in their city vehicle after dragging the animal out of an alley.
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