MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCIV) -- Mount Pleasant police were called to a Hamlin Plantation home for reports of an abandoned baby.A baby deer, that is.Mt. Pleasant police officials announced Tuesday that a baby deer had taken refuge in a shrubbery outside of the home. A concerned citizen told police the baby deer had been there for a couple of days with the mother no where in sight.MPPD Pfc. Odom took the deer to the Mount Pleasant Veterinary Specialty Care facility. Veterinarians will tend to the animal until a wildlife rehabilitation group can take over.Officers said after the deer has matured, the plan is to release him back into the wild.
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