State police are trying to find out who stole a dairy cow from a western Pennsylvania farm in the middle of the night and then butchered the animal on the side of the road.
Police in Somerset County say the 1,500-pound Holstein cow was taken from Pennwood Farms in Berlin between 2 a.m. and 5 a.m. Saturday.
Police say the animal was taken to a rural road, where its throat was cut and its hind quarters, shoulders and ear tags
The police report said the person or persons responsible “butchered the cow next to the … roadway and fled the scene.”
No arrests were immediately announced. Troopers said a reward may be offered for an arrest and conviction in the case.
Source: AP News