Port Stephens police seek information to locate gelding stolen from Williamtown

Hezacoolimage is believed to have been stolen from a property along Nelson Bay Road, Williamtown sometime between July 14 and 28. Picture: NSW Police

Hezacoolimage is believed to have been stolen from a property along Nelson Bay Road, Williamtown sometime between July 14 and 28. Picture: NSW Police

Port Stephens police are appealing for information following the theft of a horse from a Williamtown property in July.

The 6 year old gelding named Hezacoolimage is believed to have been stolen from a property along Nelson Bay Road sometime between July 14 and 28.

The horse is described as being a paint quarter horse, chestnut in colour with white splashes and 15.2 hands (5 feet and 2 inches).

He has a bald face, blue eyes and no brandings.

Police said they are also seeking to speak with the occupants of a white vehicle seen to be towing a white horse float early one morning during the same time period that Hezacoolimage is believed to have gone missing.

The vehicle is believed to have been travelling west on Lavis Lane in Williamtown.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Raymond Terrace Police Station on (02) 4983 7599 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or nsw.crimestoppers.com.au.

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