• Pryor family searching for 107 stolen cows

    By: Paris Holmes

    Updated:

    TULSA, Okla. - 8/21/19 UPDATE: Authorities are now investigating if the cows were actually stolen. Harlow Dean Ringling II was arrested in August 2019.

    QUICK FACTS:

    • The Mayes County Sheriff's Office is investigating after 107 cattle were stolen in Pryor.
    • The owner, Debby Ringling, says she realized the cows were missing Wednesday.
    • The family believes the cows were lured through a damaged fence to the Mayes County fairground that borders their land.
    • Ringling told FOX23 the cows were worth more than $100,000 and she may never recover from this lost.
    • The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture is assisting with the investigation. 
    • If you have any information contact the Mayes County Sheriff's Office at 918-825-3535.

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