Coming back to do more work the next day, the workers discovered that the cow had been broken loose from its mounting and was gone. Whoever took the cow had also tried to take the sheep. In the attempt to loose the sheep from its moorings, its head was broken off.Town officials estimate that the amount of the damage could reach triple digits ($100), but they're willing to drop any charges against the vandals if they simply return the cow.
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