UPDATE: Just after this story was published, the bull's owner claimed it, according to the Oregon Dept. of Agriculture.
OREGON CITY, Ore. -- A bull that turned up in an Oregon City couple's yard was corralled, but still hasn't been claimed.
Don Rosentreter and Sherry McLain found the bull in their yard Sunday morning and it was picked up Tuesday. But the 800-pound bull had no distinguishing marks according to a brand inspector.
Rosentreter said the bull was easily corralled into a pen with a calf inside. If its owner is not found soon, the bull will be taken to the stockyards in Woodburn, where the Oregon Dept. of Agriculture will auction it off after 30 days.
He said it's about three years old and appears to be a jersey or Guernsey bull. Anyone with information was asked to contact the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office.