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Austrian Police 'Wonder' Why Would Someone Steal Cowbells

Austrian Police are investigating three thefts of 10 cowbells, which were worth a total of around 500 euros.

AFP

Updated:August 28, 2019, 5:29 PM IST
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Austrian Police 'Wonder' Why Would Someone Steal Cowbells
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Austrian police are looking for thieves who stole bells from cows grazing in three pastures in the west of the alpine country, a spokesman said on Monday.

"Of course people may wonder why someone would steal a cowbell," Bernhard Gruber, a police spokesman from the Tyrol region, told AFP.

He said police were still investigating the three thefts, which all occurred this month, totalling 10 cowbells. They suspect the thieves in at least the last two cases were the same.

Gruber estimated that the bells were worth a total of around 500 euros (Rs.39811 approx).

"They don't have a high material value... but for the farmers themselves it's more the sentimental value," Gruber said.

Many breeders take their cattle to graze in mountain pastures in the spring, bringing them back down before winter.

The festive cattle drive in late September or early October — featuring farmers wearing traditional lederhosen and cows festooned with flowers — is a popular tourist draw.

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