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Reward offered for felony hay theft in Henderson

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HENDERSON, TX (KLTV) – 350 square bales of horse quality hay along with a 32' gooseneck trailer have gone missing from Lone Star Farm & Home in Henderson.

Authorities believe the thieves gained entry through a security gate on the back side of the business, on Wilson Street. The trailer was hooked-up and pulled away sometime late Thursday night or early Friday morning, by a truck with dual tires and a gooseneck trailer hookup.

The value of the items stolen is over $10,000, making the crime a felony.

A reward of up to $2000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest of suspects involved in this case.

Call Rusk County Crimestoppers with any information. (903) 655-8477(TIPS).

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