Reward Raised to $11k After 262 Cattle Stolen from Perryton Ranch

Joe Denoyer - February 25, 2020 4:09 pm

(KVII) Rancher Bob Adcock has sweetened the pot for anyone with information on the theft of over 200 head of cattle.

According to the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association, Adcock added $10,000 of his own money to an already $1,000 reward offered in theft of 262 head of cattle from the Bill Merydith Ranch in Perryton.

Adcock reported the cattle missing on Feb. 18.

The cattle are reported as being mostly black, with some red and multicolored mixed in. Each weighs between 500 and 550 pounds.

All carry a Lazy 11 brand on their left shoulder.

Anyone with information on their location can provide a tip at (888) 830-2333.

 

https://abc7amarillo.com/news/local/reward-raised-to-11k-after-262-cattle-stolen-from-perryton-ranch

 

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