By Jackson Barron For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 22:24 BST, 14 October 2020 | Updated: 23:41 BST, 14 October 2020
A deer has been spotted running amok through Sydney on Thursday morning, keeping commuters on their toes as the animal rushed through the city.
NSW Police issued a warning for city drivers after the deer was spotted near the Anzac Bridge in Pyrmont at about 5.30am.
'Police are seeking specialist assistance from the RSPCA. Anyone who sees the deer is urged not to approach it and call police,' the release reads.
A NSW Police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia the deer was still on the loose at 8.15am, with officers at the scene aiding RSPCA officials to capture the deer.
Commuters have been warned after a deer (pictured) was spotted on the Anzac Bridge near Pyrmont on Thursday morning
A Taronga Zoo spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia zookeepers were on standby to aid in relocating the deer if they are required.
A Transport Management Centre spokesman told Daily Mail Australia the deer had caused no impact to the road network.
'There have been no road closures or