The Mid North Coast Rural Crime Prevention Team are seeking the public's assistance in relation to missing cattle from a Comara property between October 2019 and June 2020.
Management of the Comara property had undertaken muster and during the audit the 67 head of cattle were identified as missing.
The cattle are described as; 65 Angus (black) cows (six to eight-year-old) and two Angus (black) bulls (four to five-year-old). The collective value of the Angus cattle is $120,000.
The Angus cattle have a registered brand on the rear left side which is described as an arrow pointing backwards above the double letter C.
The cattle are earmarked in the top middle of the nearside (left) ear and are all fitted with NLIS buttons on offside (right) ear commencing with the PIC number ND272978. Some have various coloured management tags in their nearside ears.
Investigators from the Kempsey Rural Crime Prevention Team would like to speak with members of the public who may be able to assist with any information in relation to the missing cattle or any person who has been sighted acting suspiciously in or around the Comara and Felters Creek area.
Police are urging anyone with information in relation to this incident to call Mid North Coast Rural Crime Prevention Team at Kempsey Police Station on 6561 6199 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.