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Organised crime squad hunting rural cattle duffers

THE Toowoomba Major and Organised Crime Squad is appealing for information regarding four cattle stolen from a Kurumbul property near Goondiwindi last month.

The four santa gertrudis, droughtmaster and charolais cross bullocks were reported stolen from the Kildonan Rd property between July 10 and July 25.

Investigations suggest the cattle were moved from a paddock to a nearby yard where their National Livestock Identification System tags were removed before they were stolen from the property.

STOLEN CATTLE: The four Santa Gertrudis, Droughtmaster and Charolais cross bullocks were reported stolen from the Kildonan Road property between July 10 and July 25.
STOLEN CATTLE: The four Santa Gertrudis, Droughtmaster and Charolais cross bullocks were reported stolen from the Kildonan Road property between July 10 and July 25. Contributed

The cattle weigh around 550kg and are all branded with a Queensland brand depicting the letters PWD on the left side rump over a number five.

Any members of the public who know their whereabouts or have information of the theft are asked to contact police.

Information can be provided to local police, Crime Stoppers or directly to Toowoomba MOCS Rural detectives on 4614 2114.

Investigations are continuing.

Topics:  cattle cattle theft livestock rural toowoomba toowoomba crime


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