New England Rural Crime Unit are currently investigating the theft of 14 PTIC (Preg tested and in Calf), 20 Month old Hereford Heifers from the property Hill Park at Aberfoyle east of Guyra.
The missing stock where part of a mob containing 84 Hereford Heifers which were placed in a paddock on the property in the end of May 2012. The stock were again mustered at the end of July as a result of the stock being observed to be spread out through a number of paddocks. The muster revealed that the mob of heifers were 14 short.
All stock are station bred and branded with the station brand which is set out below. They also have an ear mark of a half penny and a cross out of the near side ear. The offside ear has a NLIS tag inserted. PIC Number NG250408 and the Brand on the Cattle is MP/I
Police are also investigating 5 missing Steers from the property Torsdale on the Thunderbolts Way about 8 kilometres north of Bundarra.
The steers are either Angus Cross or Charolais Cross Steers about 20 months in age and weighing about 420 kilos. The cattle were station bred and have NLIS buttons fitted to the offside ear. The cattle do not have brands or ear marks.
The NLIS buttons all contain the PIC Number NG020549.
The cattle were part of a larger mob placed in a paddock on the property in Mid April 2012. The cattle were mustered in the start of June for sale and 5 were found missing from the mob.
Police from the New England Rural Crime Unit are keen to speak with any person who may be able to assist with any information in relation to the missing stock, including any person who might have been offered similar stock for sale through a private sale.
Police are also seeking information in relation to any suspicious persons or vehicles seen in the Aberfoyle area between May and July 2012.
Anyone with information can contact the New England Rural Crime Unit 0267220530 or 0427418960.
People can also contact Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000
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