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Two Horses Stolen From Hialeah Ranch Friday Morning

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    Pair of Horses Stolen From Ranch in Hialeah

    Authorities are searching for a pair of horses that were stolen from a ranch in Hialeah.

    (Published Friday, May 12, 2017)

    Police and animal activists are on the lookout for two horses that were stolen from a Hialeah ranch.

    Officials say the caretaker of the ranch, located at 16480 NW 117th Avenue, called the South Florida SPCA around 6:30 a.m. Friday morning when he noticed a portion of the property’s fence was missing and the two animals could not be found.

    One of the horses is a chestnut Quarter Horse mare and the other is a bay Paso Fino gelding. They were housed in a barn with three other horses, who were all reported to be safe.

    Anyone with information is asked to call the Miami-Dade Police Department’s Agricultural Unit at 786-218-8344.

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