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Officers fear longhorn bull calf taken from refuge

Source: Wichita Falls Wildlife Refuge Source: Wichita Falls Wildlife Refuge

WICHITA MOUNTAINS WILDLIFE REFUGE, OK (KSWO) - Federal wildlife officers at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge say they need your help in finding a lost two-week old longhorn bull calf.

Visitors reported he looked sick earlier Sunday and was last seen on the refuge by Osage Lake. The officers say they fear the longhorn was taken.

They've reported a large Dodge or Chevrolet truck with mud tires being seen in the area. Tire tracks that matched those mud tires were found on the hiking only trail, which led them to suspect the longhorn could have been taken.

If you have any information that could lead to getting the calf back, call Deputy Manager Ralph Bryant at 580-351-8753.

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