BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Bellingham Police are investigating how two beheaded calves came to be in the middle of a road early Wednesday.
Lt. Claudia Murphy told The Bellingham Herald officers were called after midnight Wednesday to Hannegan Road for the report of a traffic hazard.
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Murphy says officers arrived and located two dead calves without heads in the road.
Murphy says the officers moved the carcasses off the the roadway and called the Humane Society to pick them up.
Murphy says police have no information about the death of the animals and are seeking help from the public to learn more.
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