PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A cow that escaped twice from a nativity scene in Philadelphia is back in place.

During the first late-night stroll the cow, nicknamed “Stormy,” wandered away from the nativity scene at Old First Reformed Church of Christ Thursday and ended up on Interstate 95.

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Philadelphia police eventually boxed in the cow with their cruisers before walking it off the interstate and returning it to the church.

However, WPVI-TV reported it wasn’t long before the cow took off again despite efforts by the Rev. Michael Caine to stop the animal.

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The bovine was found on the fourth floor of a parking garage before it was taken back to the nativity.

The church’s living nativity scene has reportedly been a tradition for decades. Police are still trying to figure out how the cow got loose.

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