Dec. 6 (UPI) -- A deer was caught on video running loose through a Norwood car dealership, where employees said it caused thousands of dollars of damage.
Workers at Central Jeep Chrysler Dodge RAM Fiat of Norwood said they sprung into action when they heard a loud noise and spotted a deer inside the building.
"I was like, 'That's a deer,'" employee Dwayne Girard told WFXT-TV. "My friend thought it was a moose because it was so huge."
Employees chased after the animal in an attempt to guide it back outside.
"I ran down one aisle," Girard said. "Chased it down there, came up another aisle. I went and told Peter and everyone, 'Rudolph was here shopping,' but no one believed me."
Girard said the deer was inside the business for about 20 minutes.
"Eventually I chased it and it went right out through the door," Girard said. "We got it out safely, and then it was still okay when it left."
The deer left behind an expensive mess.
"It got its antlers caught in everything," worker Nick Baraiolo said. "It destroyed thousands of dollars in dealership equipment."
A confused deer was caught on camera last week running loose through an Arkansas courthouse after crashing through a window. Fish and Game officers were eventually able to remove the animal from the Cross County Courthouse in Wynne.