OPD recovers taxidermy animals

first_img Pinterest OPD recovers taxidermy animals Pinterest By admin – March 21, 2018 Twitter WhatsApp WhatsApp Facebook Local NewsCrime Facebook Anyone with information in reference to this investigation is encouraged to contact Detective R. Celaya at 432-335-4937 or Odessa Crime Stoppers at 432-333-TIPS and reference Case #18-11961. The investigation continues. The moose is still missing — but the alligator has been recovered.The Odessa Police Department recovered some taxidermy animals reported stolen on Saturday following the execution of a search warrant, OPD Spokesman Steve LeSueur said, including a 15-foot alligator.Police also recovered one of two missing taxidermy mountain lions, a taxidermy amberjack fish, 10 of 20 missing taxidermy deer mule heads, and several dozen tools, LeSueur said.The search warrant was executed Tuesday night, LeSueur said, in the 6500 block of Opal Drive.While there haven’t been any arrests made yet, LeSueur said they have identified several suspects. It is believed that multiple people participated in the burglary.Still missing from the reported burglary is:10 taxidermy mule deer heads20 taxidermy whitetail deer headsOne full body taxidermy mountain lionTwo taxidermy elksA taxidermy mooseTwo taxidermy aoudad sheepA black 2008 Big Tex flatbed trailer bearing Texas license plate 414578JA white refrigeratorSix Jeep rims and tiresApproximately $20,000 worth of assorted tools Twitter Previous articleMan charged with sexual indecencyNext articleNew elevator motors installed at Carlsbad Caverns adminlast_img