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Crime Stoppers: Who's Responsible for 2010 Horse Killing?

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CORPUS CHRISTI (Kiii News) -

A local horse owner is still seeking answers after someone shot and killed her beloved animal in July of 2010.

It was Saturday, July 24, 2010, when the woman went to her property at Scarlet Oak and Yorktown, in Flour Bluff, to feed her horses. She found one of her horses was injured -- the gray quarter horse had a gunshot wound on the left side of his jaw, and another gunshot wound on the left side of his body.

The horses are kept in a fenced area, and the woman said she does not know why anyone would shoot her horse. She took the horse to a San Antonio veterinarian, but the horse died.

The woman said the value of the horse and the medical expenses totaled $17,000.

If you can identify the person responsible, or if you have additional information about this crime, please call Crime Stoppers at 361-888-8477, or visit www.888tips.com. The information you provide could earn you a cash reward.

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