A 1,500-pound cow was stolen and butchered on the side of the road in western Pennsylvania.
State police are now searching for the suspect or suspects, and there is a possible reward for an arrest and conviction.
According to the Pennsylvania State Police at Somerset, the Holstein cow was stolen sometime between 2 and 5 a.m. Saturday from the Pennwood Farms on Sugar Grove School Road outside of Berlin, Somerset County.
Police say the thief or thieves somehow got the cow to the side of the road and sliced its throat. They then butchered the cow, taking its hind quarters, front shoulders and ear tags and left the rest.
Anyone with information should call the police, 814-445-4104.
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