NORWALK (CBSLA.com) — The mayor of Norwalk has increased patrols in the neighborhood, hoping to figure out if there is, indeed, a mountain lion roaming the streets.

Experts were stumped when video emerged of an animal that appeared to be a mountain lion walking through an urban neighborhood in Norwalk.

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Newly released and enhanced video of the animal is still ultimately inconclusive, but more people are saying the animal resembles either a house cat or a dog.

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The video footage dated July 29, which captured images of the animal in front of a home in the 11000 block of Tina Street near Orr & Day Road, was sent to the state Department of Fish and Wildlife.

Norwalk is about 8 miles southwest of the Turnbull Canyon mountain bike trail in Hacienda Heights, which has had some reports of mountain lion sightings in recent years.

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Officers on the increased patrols are looking to trap the animal, if possible, in order to solve the mystery, once and for all.