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Find My Horses Presents: NetPosse Missing Horse Alert California

NetPosse™ Stolen Horse Alert for Marcuz- Ione (Amador County), CA- 17 year old Bay Arabian Gelding. Marcuz was taken out of his pen 9/7/16. They left the other pony-jumper in pen. It is believed they walked him away – hoof-prints found that indicated a struggle. No tire-marks found indicating a truck and trailer. See pictures, full details, contact info and Marcuz’s flyer that we ask you to print and post everywhere. The flyer can be found on Marcuz’s webpage: Click here: http://www.netposse.com/view_report.asp?reportid=5043 Please help find Marcuz by sharing this information to your friends, social media groups, etc.

On Saturday, September 7, a beautiful, 17-year-old, Bay Arabian Gelding named Marcuz was stolen from his pen in Amador County, between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. He was last seen in Ione. The other pony-jumper was left in its pen. It is believed that Marcuz was walked away from his pen, as there were no tire marks indicating a truck or trailer, and hoof-prints showed signs of a struggle. The alleged thieves are suspected of targeting Marcuz specifically, as they had to travel through three gates and down a gravel road to find the horse at the back of a 40-acre property. It is being investigated by the Amador County Sheriff’s office as a theft.

Identifying marking on Marcuz includes a white stripe on his face, a white stocking on his left front leg and white socks on his right front and right rear legs. He also has a scar on his right rear shin. For complete details of the case, visit netposse.com and enter report number #005043.

If you have any information concerning this theft, contact the Amador County Sheriff’s office, at (209) 223-6500.

You can also help bring Marcuz home by spreading the information about his disappearance. Share it on Facebook and be sure to tell your friends. We can all help find him together.

Resource: Amador Ledger Dispatch via Press Release, www.ledger-dispatch.com, http://www.ledger-dispatch.com/news/stolen-horse-help-bring-bay-arabian-gelding-marcuz-back-to-his-family

On 1/25/17, Marcuz’s bones were found on the neighboring property, 200 feet from the road, some in a ditch along the drive and some on higher ground. This property has a locked code entry gate and could only be accessed if the gate code was known. Bones indicated that Marcuz had been quartered and had been deceased for 2-3 months. No hide remained but there was pink flesh present on some the remaining bones as well as some cartilage still connecting some of the bones. The skull was recovered as well as one hoof which matched Marcuz’s. One of the bones of the leg showed an old injury which was also consistent with an injury Marcuz had. 

Please help us to be able to find out who was responsible for this criminal attack towards Marcuz. 

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