Strangers shoot cow for meat

Police investigate after Angus cow shot by strangers for meat

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An Angus animal was shot in the heat, gutted and decapitated, in what looks to be an act for the purpose of meat. Photo: Rural Crime - NSW Police Force

An Angus animal was shot in the heat, gutted and decapitated, in what looks to be an act for the purpose of meat. Photo: Rural Crime - NSW Police Force

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Police are investigating the matter at Tea Gardens near the Mid North Coast.

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Police are investigating the death of an Angus cow on the Mid North Coast who was believed to be shot by strangers for its meat.

Sometime between 4.30pm on May 3 and 7.30am on May 4 an unknown person or persons shot and killed an Angus female on a Viney Creek Road East property at Tea Gardens.

The animal was shot in the heat, gutted and decapitated, in what looks to be an act for the purpose of meat.

Police believe the animal was dragged to an embankment, and allegedly loaded onto a ute tray or trailer.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Raymond Terrace Police Station on 4983 7599, the Rural Crime Prevention Team at Muswellbrook Police Station on 02 6542 6999 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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