Twenty-five cows stolen from
Elandsfontein were found dead with
their legs cut off in Lawley, south of Johannesburg, police said on
Captain Mbulaheni Netshivhodza said the cows were part of a herd
of 90 stolen on Tuesday night.
He said the owner of the cows was alerted to the crime by an
anonymous caller on Tuesday night and told to look for his stock in
Netshivhodza said the owner and his workers found 33 cows alive
some distance before reaching Lawley.
He said when the group arrived in Lawley they found 25 more
cows, but these had been killed and their legs cut off.
More cows were found nearby and eight were still missing.
Netshivhodza said a case of stock theft had been opened and no
arrests had been made.-Sapa
|Crime Category:||Animal Cruelty|
|Address:||Lawley, south of Johannesburg|
|Crime Date/Time:||27 Apr 2010, 00:04 AM|
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|Reported Date:||28 Apr 2010, 15:04 PM|