Sunday 07 October 2012
Stolen cattle case not solved
Queensland Police say they're still working through investigations into one of the state's biggest cases of cattle duffing.
Last month, a grazier posted a reward for information into the theft of around 900 cattle - valued at about a million dollars - from two properties near Tambo, in the state's west.
It's believed the cattle were trucked off the properties between April and May.
Detective Sergeant Warren Baker from Charleville says every stock squad officer in the state is involved in the case.
"We've got 33 officers in the state. All our officers across the state are making active enquiries through the likes of Livestock Transporters Association, just drivers of trucks and talking to them," he said.
"We've got support from detectives from Toowoomba. That will continue until such time as we locate the cattle or we've got no further leads to go on."
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