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The authorities in Florida investigating the theft of a horse, made a gruesome discovery on Monday when they learned that the animal had been slaughtered for their meat.
The Manatee County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release, a woman told me her horse had been stolen from a residence in the 5800 block of Him in the Palmetto, Florida area. from 5 p.m. on Sunday and 8 a.m. Monday.
Officials said that, at that time, the burglars forced entry through a locked door to the woman’s home and stole a horse.
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“Members of parliament and that of the victim, searched the area and, later, the horse died in the surrounding area,” the sheriff’s office said. “The horse was slaughtered for it’s meat.”
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No suspects have been identified, and further details were not released by the sheriff’s office.
The incident occurred at Palmetto, it came in less than a week after the home was found slain in Ocala, florida, about 130 miles away. In this incident, Tammy Davis, told FOX13 of her 21-year-old horse, was attacked and killed on Thanksgiving.
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The horse had escaped from a nearby race track.
“It wasn’t an animal. There were no claw marks. It was a beautiful, clean-cut,” she told FOX13 that at the moment. “They’re cutting the meat on both sides of the body. It wasn’t just one side, as if it was being attacked by a predator.”
It is not clear if the two incidents are connected to each other. Authorities in Marion County-the investigation into the mutilated horse in Ocala, florida.
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Anyone with information about the gender of the horse, in Palmetto, please contact the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office at (941) 747-3011 or Crime Stoppers at (866) 634-TIPS.