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Police seek information after cow carving moo-ved


By Matt Leslie


A stone carving of a Highland cow has been moo-ved following an alleged theft at Mid Clyth.

Police are appealing for information after the carving was uprooted from private land off the A99 between 5am and 12.30pm on Wednesday, August 14.

Stolen from Mid Clyth the stone carving shows a Highland cow. Weighs around 100kg.
Stolen from Mid Clyth the stone carving shows a Highland cow. Weighs around 100kg.

If anyone knows of the whereabouts of the Highland cow carving, call Police Scotland on 101 quoting reference number: NJ1579/19.



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