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Deer runs through Dundee youth center, restaurant

    DUNDEE—A four-point buck found its way down Main Street in Dundee and broke into two buildings, Sunday, Oct. 28, around 10:30 a.m.
    Sheriff Ron Spike said the deer was first reported as running into the door at the Dundee Area Youth Center, before crashing through the glass.  Youth Center Director Beth Taylor said she received phone calls about it and also called the sheriff’s department.  She said once at the center she was able to see the deer still in the back of the building.  Taylor said it was obviously bewildered and was trying to get out the back window.
    “All of the sudden it went out the community room,” said Taylor.
    She explained the deer ran through the other half of the youth center and crashed through a window facing Main Street.  From there, Taylor said the deer ran across the street and broke into the China Kitchen and went out the back.
    Taylor said the only damage at the center was to the windows, which she explained will cost “several thousand of dollars at least.”  She added the deer was wounded and left a lot of blood.
    Spike said the deer was last seen running through the backyards.  He explained, “sometimes they get confused like that.”  He added this is breeding season and the deer are a lot more active.