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Horse Tails Stolen At Riding Center

Police in Norway say thieves stole equipment and cut the tails off of five horses at the Spydeberg riding school . Burglars at a Norwegian riding school stole the tails
04 Oct 2014 07:32
Horse Tails Stolen At Riding Center

Police in Norway say thieves stole equipment and cut the tails off of five horses at the Spydeberg riding school .
Burglars at a Norwegian riding school stole the tails off of five horses in addition to stealing equipment from the facility, Police said.
Follo Police said staff at the Spydeberg riding school in Indre Ostfold discovered the equipment was gone around 7am on Thursday and about a half hour later they discovered that five horses’ tails were missing.
Hans Marius Schie, a member of the centre’s staff, said he did not understand why someone would cut off the tails.
“It is an assault and animal abuse,” Schie told the VG newspaper.
“We cannot understand how anyone could do something like this. It almost seems like someone wants to strike at us.
“We just don’t understand how another human being can make themselves do anything like it.
“It is pure devilry.”
He said about $15,500 worth of equipment was stolen by the thieves.

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