Sometime between Sept. 29 and 30, twelve head of cattle, seven bridles, three saddles and several tools were stolen from a ranch in Harrison County, Texas. Larry Hand, Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association Special Ranger, and the Harrison County Sheriff's Department are looking for information on the case, Ashley Slayton reported for Texas' KLTV television station.
Hand said the cattle were penned at a cattle ranch south of Marshall, Texas, late Monday and they were to be shipped on Tuesday.
Eleven of the cattle were black yearlings, mostly steers, and one charolais heifer. The cattle are not branded, but most have blue fly tags.
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