A lady who was murdered by alligators on a Florida golf course is the subject of an inquiry.
Officials said that the old woman, who was spotted falling into a pond at the Boca Royale Golf and Country Club, resided close to the course.
Alligators attacked the woman and pulled her beneath the water as she apparently fought to escape the pond.
As the investigation progresses, the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office and the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission have sworn to apprehend the alligators accountable for the woman’s death.
The woman’s identity is still being kept confidential. This year, alligators have been discovered in a growing number of unexpected locations around the US.
Unusually, an alligator was recently discovered swimming in a Wisconsin lake.
The Menasha, Wisconsin-based J&R Aquatic Animal Rescue shared information on the 18 to 24 inch American alligator on Facebook on Wednesday.
According to the Facebook post, the little gator was discovered in Long Lake in the counties of Fond du Lac and Sheboygan.
The Midland County Sheriff’s Office received a complaint last month about a little American alligator that had been discovered under a vehicle in an RV park.
Midland County is located deep in the West Texas desert, far from where alligators are typically observed.