Texas Horse Thieves Sought

Authorities are investigating two reported thefts–one involving two horses and another involving three–near Cypress. All the horses have been recovered.
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Texas authorities are hoping the public can help identify those responsible for allegedly stealing two groups of horses near Cypress.

The first incident took place earlier this month when an owner reported that pair of Arabian horses went missing from a barn at Isabella Farms, said Senior Deputy Thomas M. Gilliland, of the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. Both horses were recovered when a neighbor discovered them grazing in a residential area a mile from the farm.

The second incident took place May 8, when another owner reported that two yearlings and a pregnant mare were reported missing, he said. Reports indicate those horses were recovered, as well.

Gilliland said the incidents do not appear to be connected but declined further comment on the continuing investigations

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Pat Raia is a veteran journalist who enjoys covering equine welfare, industry, and news. In her spare time, she enjoys riding her Tennessee Walking Horse, Sonny.

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