WELLESLEY, Mass. (MyFoxBoston.com) – A police sergeant in Wellesley responded to a report of a "wolf attacking a newspaper" early Saturday morning.
Upon arrival in the area of 300 Weston Road, the sergeant found that it was actually a coyote. He stopped traffic and the coyote made a break for the woods.
According to the sergeant, there was something inside the newspaper that was of interest to the coyote.
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