Horse tails stolen in central Wyoming
According to new stories, horse tails in the Natrona County, Wyoming area have been reported stolen. Twelve of the 15 reports of stolen horse tails were made in a 24 period last week.
The suspect owns a white van with numerous windows, said Natrona County authorities. According to the K2TV report, horse owners commented that their horses did not appear to be particularly disturbed and were not harmed.
More than a week ago, a number of horse mane and tail tehfts occurred in Converse County and then seemed to spread to Natrona County. The news report said that horse tail theft is a misdemeanor, unless the value of the hair stolen is more than $1,000.
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