BURRILLVILLE, R.I. (WPRI) — Animal control officers in Burrillville are trying to track down a pig that has been on the run for about a week.

In a social media post Wednesday night, Burrillville Animal Control said the pig escaped immediately after arriving at his new home.

“Please do not chase him,” Burrillville Animal Control wrote in the post. “He will only run further.”

The pig is currently on the loose near Staghead Drive and Buck Hill Road, but animal control officers believe he has traveled as far north as Wallum Lake in Douglas, Massachusetts.

“Do not try to catch him,” the post continues. “[But] if he can be lured into a fenced area with food, that would be extremely helpful.”

Anyone who spots the pig is urged to call Burrillville Animal Control at (401) 568-9480.

Burrillville Animal Control said this is one of two pigs currently on the lam in town, though the other one hasn’t traveled nearly as far and remains in its owner’s neighborhood.