Police investigate a cow shot and stolen near Cobar

Police investigate cow shot and stolen from property near Cobar

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Officers from the Central North police district are investigating after a cow was shot and stolen near Cobar. Photo: FILE

Officers from the Central North police district are investigating after a cow was shot and stolen near Cobar. Photo: FILE

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Cobar police want to speak with anyone with information about the theft of a cow, shot and gutted in the paddock.

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Investigations are underway after a cow was shot and stolen from a property near Cobar.

Officers from the Central North police district are investigating the shooting of a cow on a property on the Lerida Road at Cobar between September 26-27.

The landholder discovered evidence of the incident on their property and reported the matter to police. The animal was gutted at the scene and then removed.

Police are urging anyone who has information regarding the incident, or witnessed someone acting suspiciously in the area or saw a suspicious vehicle to please contact the Cobar Police station on 6830 9899.

People can also contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Information is treated in strict confidence, and police remind people not to report crime via any NSW Police social media pages.

The story Police investigate a cow shot and stolen near Cobar first appeared on Daily Liberal.

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