Stolen Spring Grove Horses Found

Horses appeared to be ok, said Claudia Hough over the phone

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Claudia Hough, the stable's owner, said over the phone that all the horses had been found and appeared to be okay Saturday morning. At the time of the call, she was on her way to pick up the horses and unable to provide any additional details.

Hough reported the four horses missing on Friday morning after she woke up to find the horses missing. The four horses together were estimated to be worth over thousands of dollars.

Hough was offering a $5,000 reward for any information that would lead her or the police to the horses.

More information will be provided as it becomes available.

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