Cow Statue Home At Md. Farm After Being Stolen

POCOMOKE CITY, Md. (AP) — A life-size statue of a cow has come home to a farm in Worcester County after being stolen.

The Daily Times of Salisbury reports the fiberglass cow named Clarabelle by its owners was stolen late Wednesday from Chesapeake Bay Farms in Pocomoke City. Police located the stolen statue standing in a flower bed on property down the road.

Farm owners Danny and Laura Holland say they purchased the custom cow last spring as a landmark to help people find the dairy. They used wires to hold the statue in place, but those were cut.

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