NR002459 - STOLEN EQUINE Maci Gray & Rebel, REWARD - AL
UPDATE - as of April 2015 - Darlene informed NetPosse that she had information stating both horses had been sold to a Kill Buyer immediately after they were stolen January 30, 2015. Rebel was allegedly put on a truck headed west (he is believed to have been sent straight to a feedlot then slaughter)and Maci was bought off the truck by a dealer and was most likely sold again at auction (possibly a private sale) in AL or TN. ~ Angela, NetPosse 7-24-15
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NetPosse.com Stolen Horses Alert - ALABAMA - Maci Gray - Buckskin QH mare - and Rebel - B&W Spotted Saddle Horse Gelding - Stolen from pasture in Walker County, AL on Jan. 30, 2015. Someone cut the fence in back and took 2 broke horses and left 3 unbroken horses. This is one in a string of thefts in North Alabama in recent months. Please help bring these horses home! Share the link and post the flyer!
NetPosse.com Stolen Horses Alert - ALABAMA - Maci Gray - Buckskin QH mare - and Rebel - B&W Spotted Saddle Horse Gelding - Stolen from pasture in Walker County, AL on Jan. 30, 2015. Someone cut fence in back and took 2 broke horses and left 3 unbroken horses. This is one in a string of thefts in North Alabama in recent months. Please help bring these horses home! Share the link and post the flyer!
Face: Star, Bottom Lip, Stripe, Top Lip
Details: Short lightening bolt b/t the eyes / large white block on nose
Leg Markings: Left Front Leg - Stocking • Left Rear Leg - Stocking • Right Front Leg - Stocking • Right Rear Leg - Stocking •
Other Details: 4 black stockings to knees / hocks • Black mane and tail
Details: Black head - full blaze from forehead to lip / Head is black to neck
Other Details: All four white to body • Half dollar black dot on right rear / black chest / mostly white with large black marks sides, hips
Related to Report: NR002459
Stolen and Missing in N. ALABAMA
since August 2014
Information is being gathered and turned over to Law Enforcement agencies of those believed to be involved in these cases. Please keep an eye out for these animals in Alabama and surrounding states. They could be sent to auction or might be hidden out while the heat blows over.
We need the public's help in pinpointing the thieves and turning them in so that they cannot continue to take away these animals that are loved by their families!
Help us bring all of these animals home!
See Press Release below
Maci Gray and Rebel - 1-30-2015 - Walker County, AL:
Coach and Max - 1-17-2015 - Cullman County, AL:
Nugget & Raven (recovered) - 8-17-14 - Madison County, AL:
Blaze (recovered) - 8-9-2014 - Limestone County, AL:
12 horses/mules - 1-21-2015 - Lawrence County (Not reported to NetPosse):
2 Geldings - 10-17-2014 - Marshall (?) County (Not reported to NetPosse):
Rash of Stolen Horses Worry North AL Horse Owners
21 Horses & Mules Stolen from 7 Counties
Alabama, February 3, 2015: Since at least August, 2014, reports of horses and mules being stolen out of just seven counties in northern Alabama have been rising at an alarming rate. Stolen Horse International aka NetPosse.com works closely with victims and law enforcement to attempt to recover these animals and return them to their rightful owners. However, it is felt that these may very be just the ‘tip of the iceberg
Because of these counties central location and proximity to the Tennessee line, SHI feels that it is unlikely that these are the only equines that have been stolen. We are asking that the public is made aware of the activity, be on the lookout for anything suspicious around their own barns and pastures, permanently identify their own horses and mules, and notify law enforcement or netposse.com if you have any information at all about any of these stolen equines.
They could be hidden somewhere or be sent to auction/sale barns. Look on the netposse.com website on reports, and check the NR # for each one. Phone numbers to call are listed. Any assistance will be appreciated.
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