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Headless bird found on Orange County beach

first_imgLAGUNA BEACH – Another headless bird was found on an Orange County beach, adding to a string of similar discoveries since last Thursday, authorities said today. The beheaded bird, believed to be a dove or pigeon, was found around noon yesterday on the north side of Main Beach, said Sgt. Jason Kravetz of the Laguna Beach Police Department. “We are looking at all kinds of things — Halloween prank stuff, kids or cold, ritualistic-type activities,” Kravetz said. Seven beheaded animals have been found on local beaches — two goats, three chickens, one rooster and one dove or pigeon. Investigators have been trying to determine who is killing these animals, Kravetz said. Anyone with information on these crimes was urged to call the Laguna Beach Police Department at (949) 497-0701. For news and observations about crime in Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley, check out the Daily News’ crime blog by clicking here.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The first animal was discovered on Nov. 8 around 2 p.m. when an Animal Services officer was sent to Picnic Beach because a beheaded goat inside a purple woven bag had washed onto the shoreline. The officer also found a beheaded chicken close by, Kravetz said. Two hours later that same day, the same officer was sent to Sleepy Hollow Beach because a second headless goat washed up onto the shore. It was again inside a purple sack that appeared to have been used for carrying onions according to its markings. Two more beheaded chickens were also found nearby that same afternoon, Kravetz said. On Tuesday morning a beheaded rooster was found on Picnic Beach, he said. Laguna Beach police were unsure if the animals washed up on the shore or if they were placed there. “They are wet. That means they are close to the surf line or they are washing up,” Kravetz said. “It’s very unusual. It’s something I haven’t seen in my 18 years on the job.” last_img read more

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