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(KSL News) Six cows in Wasatch County were shot with arrows near Clyde Creek.
Sgt. Paul Davis of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources says it's one of the most disturbing acts he's seen in his 16 years of wildlife enforcement.
The investigation began on Aug. 18 when a cow was seen with an arrow protruding from its body. Five more cattle with similar wounds were seen on August 25th and 26th.
The cows survived.
Archery clubs and archery-gear makers are offering a $6,000 reward for information that leads to a conviction.