Minnesota Authorities Search for Suspects Who Mutilated Horse

Minneapolis and St. Paul’s WCCO TV reported online today that Minnesota authorities are searching for suspects in a case involving the mutilation of a Waseca, Minn.

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Minneapolis and St. Paul’s WCCO TV reported online today that Minnesota authorities are searching for suspects in a case involving the mutilation of a Waseca, Minn. horse.


“The horse was killed–and its legs removed–sometime between March 18th and 20th,” WCCO.com reported.


Authorities are looking for two suspects that might have headed for Virginia or Florida, and a reward of up to $5,000 is offered for information on the case. Read the article here: https://wcco.com/local/local_story_115183143.html

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