West Valley City Police Searching For Stolen Horse
WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah – Police are asking for the public’s help tracking down a stolen horse.
Owner Jayme Alexander said the horse, named Tiempo, went missing at approximately 1 p.m. Sunday from her West Valley City farm.
The freedom and spirit within horses has drawn Alexander to the animals since she was a young girl. She has bred generations of horses at her farm.
Have you seen me? This beautiful horse is valued around $8-10,000 and the owners say he was stolen off their property. What they found that lead to them thinking he was walked off next on @KSL5TV . pic.twitter.com/J4QRjlupxi
— Morgan Wolfe (@MorganWolfeKSL) July 14, 2020
They have become her children, she said, and she is heartbroken that one of her horses was stolen.
“It’s just terrifying,” Alexander said.
She noticed Tiempo was missing on Sunday. After searching her property, she found a cut in the fence on the back side of the property.
“He is valued around $8,000 – $10,000,” Alexander said.
She filed a report with the West Valley City Police Department, and she said officers told her to post about her horse on social media.
One of her posts has hundreds of likes and comments.
Tiempo is described as a gray, medium-build horse. Anyone with information is asked to contact WVCPD at 801-840-4000.
STOLEN HORSE!!!!Please share Our pasture fence was cut this morning and our Azteca horse Tiempo was stolen from our…
Posted by Jayme L Alexander on Sunday, July 12, 2020
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