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Reward offered in case of cattle stolen near Fowler


Kansas Livestock Association is offering a reward up to $2,500 in a case involving cattle stolen from a set of pens 12 miles northwest of Fowler. Jim Devine reported the four 650-pound to 750-pound heifers were stolen sometime March 1 or 2. The black heifers are branded Bar D on the left hip and had yellow tags in the right ear numbered between 1 and 169.

The reward is being offered in this case because Devine is a KLA member. Anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the thieves involved in this crime is eligible for the reward. To report information about the cattle or those involved, call Devine at 620-646-5733.

Date: 3/11/2013


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