Cattle stolen in W.Va. found in Ky.

3/31/2014 4:15 AM
By Associated Press

MILTON, W.Va. (AP) — Ten cattle stolen from a meat processing shop in West Virginia have been found in Kentucky.

The manager of Nelson's Meat Market in Milton discovered the thefts last week.

The cattle's owner, Frank Fulks, tells WCHS-TV ( ) that he and the shop's owner tracked the cattle to a meat processing shop in Mount Sterling, Ky.

Fulks says the cattle are worth nearly $5,000.

The Cabell County Sheriff's Department is investigating the theft. No arrests have been made.


Information from: WCHS-TV,

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