An unknown animal abuser got into mischief in the Tyrolean Oberland on the night from Tuesday to Wednesday. The perpetrator sneaked into a stable in Obergurgl (Imst district) and cut off a horse’s tail. Police are now hoping for possible clues.
The animal abuser is said to have struck between 5 p.m. Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning. He was given access to the stable and cut off the tail hair of a German sport horse. The perpetrator was then able to flee undetected.
Police are hoping for clues
The executive branch launched an investigation. However, so far there is no trace of the animal abuser. Officials now hope that someone made suspicious sightings during that period.
Useful information for the Sölden Police Inspectorate on the telephone number: 059 133/7108.