Police in southern Kentucky are trying to identify a logo spray painted on stolen construction equipment.

A dump truck, trailer, and bulldozer were taken from a construction site in Williamsburg last week.

Police later found the equipment over an embankment in McCreary County, but the Times-Tribune reports several decals with the name "Sonora Farms" and a cow logo were painted on them.

Police say they don't know if the thieves were trying to disguise their loot or if they were trying to sell it to Sonora Farms.

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  • by Stearns Location: Anthony on Aug 8, 2008 at 09:00 AM
    Make them pay! Throw them in jail and let them sit there forever!


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