After a series of animal deaths were discovered in Western Manitoba police haven't been able to determine what happened.

Police in southwestern Manitoba have closed their investigation into the deaths of several animals found with their ears cut off.

Three coyotes and a raccoon were discovered in the same area where a pony's remains were found outside of Brandon in March, and a
dead goat was along the same road in a nearby municipality.

The R-C-M-P and the office of the chief veterinarian have both called off their probes due to the lack of any new information or
proof of ownership of the animals.

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