Stock Theft Unit looking for information

2016-02-04 06:00

THE Stock Theft Unit in Jeffreys Bay is looking for information that could lead to the recovery of 36 Friesland calves that were stolen in the Kareedouw area.

According to police spokesperson Captain Gerda Swart, it is alleged that the six-month-old calves were stolen out of their grazing camp from the farm Klipdrift between January 8 and January 16.

They are cross-bred Friesland/ Jersey calves and are brown and white, and black and white in colour. The calves are worth more than R54 000.

Anyone with information, can contact Sergeant Jimmy Maya from the Jeffreys Bay Stock Theft Unit at 042 200 7000 or 072 720 1895. Alternatively, contact Crime Stop at 08600 10111.

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