TSCRA Crime Watch: Cow, four wheeler and utility vehicle stolen in Oklahoma

TSCRA Special Ranger John Cummings, Dist. 3 in Oklahoma, reports the theft of a heavy-bred cow in Carter County and a four wheeler and utility vehicle from a property in Washita County.

On March 29, a heavy-bred black cow with a white face, weighing approximately 1100 t0 1200 pounds, disappeared from a property near Lone Grove in Carter County, Okla. The cow has an “MK” connected brand on the left hip, a green ear tag in the right ear with the number 9 embossed on it. The cow may possibly have a calf at side by now.

Some time between May 6 and 7, two vehicles were stolen from a property near Sentinal in Washinta County, Okla. Missing is a purple 2011 Kawasaki 650 four wheeler, VIN No. JKAVFED13BB529344, and a green 2009 Polaris Ranger OD utility vehicle, VIN No. 4XAHH68A794732411.

If you have any information regarding these cases, please call Special Ranger Cummings at 918-342-0888.

 

 

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