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Wildlife department looking into cattle killings

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Two dozen cattle killed in northeastern Oklahoma Two dozen cattle killed in northeastern Oklahoma
These counties have had cattle killings These counties have had cattle killings

Associated Press

State wildlife officers are looking for those involved in the recent shootings of two dozen cattle and a llama in northeastern Oklahoma.

Captain Jeff Brown with the state Wildlife Department says it appears someone is driving around and shooting the animals just to be mean.

Most of the shootings have been in the Chelsea area east of Oologah Lake and the latest occurred Christmas night when three cows and the llama were shot.

Brown says it's often difficult to see if a dead cow has been shot because the hide closes over the bullet hole. He says any rancher who finds a dead cow should report it to authorities to determine if the animal was shot.

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