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 22:1
 22:2
22:1 If you see your brother's ox or sheep going astray, you must not ignore them. You must return them to your brother.
Lo-tir'eh et-shor achicha o et-seyo nidachim vehit'alamta mehem hashev teshivem le'achicha.
22:2 If your brother is not near you, or if you do not know who [the owner is], you must bring [the animal] home and keep it until your brother identifies it, whereupon you must return it to him.
Ve'im-lo karov achicha eleycha velo yedato va'asafto el-toch beytecha vehayah imecha ad derosh achicha oto vahashevoto lo.



Commentary:

You must return them...
  See Exodus 23:4.

identifies it
  (Bava Metzia 28a).





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