On February 27, 2017, cullmansense.com reported that Capt. Tim McKoy and the Cullman County Animal Control Office (CCAC) are looking for a horse that is missing and presumed stolen from the Crane Hill/Guthery's Crossroads area.
On Feb. 9, Terry Turney reported a female horse named "Doll" stolen from her pasture on County Road 222. The incident took place one week after a 7-year old horse was shot and killed by an unknown perpetrator in the same pasture on Feb. 2.
In a Facebook post, Turney described her horse, "She has got white winter coat and a bad scar on her left rear knee... She is 28 years old and her name is Doll... She sweet and genial.. Please don't hurt her she won't hurt you."
Anyone who sees the horse or who may have relevant information is asked to contact CCAC at 256-734-5448, or the Cullman County Sheriff's Office at 256-734-0342.
For more information on Doll's NetPosse.com report, please click here: http://www.netposse.com/view_report.asp?reportid=5178
To read the entire story, please click here: http://cullmansense.com/articles/2017/02/26/cullman-animal-control-searching-missing-horse
Reference: February 27, 2017, Cullmansense.com
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