TROUP COUNTY, Ga. (WRBL/WNCN) — The Troup County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) in Georgia received reports of a missing tiger Sunday morning.

Deputies said the tiger, from Pine Mountain Animal Safari, was reportedly unaccounted for following a confirmed tornado Sunday morning.

Earlier Sunday morning, they shared a tornado warning on their Facebook page.

They said they also received multiple reports of trees down, damage to houses and power lines down. Deputies also said some cell service was interrupted and warned people not to travel.

There was a tornado watch for the area until 1 p.m. Sunday and a flood watch until Monday, according to deputies.

At about 10:45 a.m., the sheriff’s office shared that the tiger had been captured, along with another tiger that had gotten loose.