Aurora police have put out an all-points bulletin on 56 lacking cows, and that’s no bull.

Police on Friday afternoon stated the bovines had been lacking, maybe stolen, from 1701 S. Powhaton Street.

Someday in a single day on Thursday the cattle went lacking from the world of East Colfax Avenue and Gun Membership Street. A witness advised police the cattle, when final seen, had been “being lead by a solo suspect on horseback.”

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The cattle, black and white first calf heifers, have distinctive branding, together with the quantity 336 and the form of a coronary heart. The cattle are “valued at a excessive greenback quantity,” police stated, and the case is being investigated as a felony.

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The cattle might have been taken to Kansas, police stated, however their actual whereabouts stay unknown.

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Anybody who has seen the cows, or who has info on the case or on doable suspects, is requested to name police at 303-739-6191 or Crimestoppers at 720-913-7867.

 

 

 

 

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