Fifty cows have been stolen from the New Harmony community in DeKalb County, Alabama, according to a news release.
Sheriff Jimmy Harris reports that between May 13th and 24th about 50 head of cattle, a John Deere Gator and other farm equipment was stolen from land on County Road 58.
Between May 13 and 15 there were approximately 35 head of cattle stolen, 20 cows weighing between 1000-1200 lbs. each and 12-15 calves weighing between 100-200 lbs. each. The cattle are Brangus type crossbred cattle. The cows may have a yellow ear tag with numbers below 100 in the right ear.