Plea to help find beloved Binky

Published 12:43pm 26 May 2022

Plea to help find beloved Binky
Words by Jodie Powell

Police have appealed for help to find Binky, a Scottish Highland cow, which has been missing from a Booroobin property for more than a month.

The much-loved pet was last seen at her home on Maleny Stanley River Road at Booroobin on April 22.

Police say that after extensive searches were made of the property and neighbouring properties, she was reported stolen.

The property and fences have no damage to indicate Binky escaped on her own.

Anyone with information that could help find Binky should phone contact Woodford police on 5496 1202, Monday-Friday.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink by providing information using the online suspicious activity form 24 hours a day at police.qld.gov.au/reporting.

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