$4000 cattle reader stolen

Cloncurry cattle tag reader stolen

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MISSING: An ALEIS 9060 model NLIS reader similar to the one pictured was stolen from Cloncurry.

MISSING: An ALEIS 9060 model NLIS reader similar to the one pictured was stolen from Cloncurry.

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Police are seeking information on a $4000 cattle reader, which was stolen from Cloncurry.

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DETECTIVES are seeking public assistance to help locate a cattle tag reader that they believe was stolen from Cloncurry.

The NLIS reader was last seen at a cattle loading ramp at the clean yards on Hensley Drive and detectives believe it was taken between 3pm and 6.30pm on June 1.

The ALEIS 9060 model NLIS reader is worth around $4000 and is black and white in colour (similar to the one pictured).

Contact the Cloncurry Major and Organised Crime Squad Rural (MOCS) on 07 4742 8813 or through Policelink on 131 444. Crime can be reported anonymously through Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.

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