By CBSMiami.com Team

PEMBROKE PINES (CBSMiami) — Police in Pembroke Pines are warning drivers to keep an eye for deer, which were spotted Monday morning, sprinting across a road.

A tweet posted by Pembroke Pines PD shows several deer running across the road near St. Edward Catholic Church on 188th and Pines Blvd.

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There is even a deer crossing sign next to the road because deer are known to frequent the area.

The tweet reads, “While on patrol, Officer Fanelli spotted a group of deer in West Pembroke Pines enjoying the cooler weather.”

“DRIVERS: Deer are unpredictable and can suddenly bolt into roadways. If you spot a deer or group of deer near the road, slow your speed and proceed with caution.”

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If you see the deer roaming around the west side of the city, the best thing you can do is leave it alone.

CBSMiami.com Team