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SYRACUSE, Utah — The Davis County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the deaths of four horses found shot in Syracuse, and the Humane Society of Utah is offering a $5,000 reward in the case.
The owners last saw their horses on July 12 before leaving town, said spokeswoman Susan Poulsen with the Davis County Sheriff’s Office. When they returned on July 15, the owners found the animals dead.
“There is no one more eager for anything more than I am right now. I want to see the person who did this. He better get some psychiatric help, because he’s crazy,” said Richard, who owns of the farm and horses and asked FOX 13 News not to use his last name.
“They were good horses,” he said. “They were all born and raised down there on the farm.”
Richard said the horses were all found in a locked up…
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