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Ocala Police searching for bandits who damaged ‘Horse Fever’ statue

Ocala Police officers are searching for a group they believe may have been involved in damaging one of the “Horse Fever” statues in the downtown area recently.

Ocala Police officers are searching for the group pictured above, who they believe may have been involved in damaging one of the ‘Horse Fever’ statues in the downtown area recently.

The group was observed near the area when the damage occurred and one person can be seen running from the direction of the horse. No video or images of the act were obtained but police are seeking information that could help form suspect leads.

If you recognize anyone in the photos show above or know anything about the crime or those involved, contact Det. Grady at (352) 369-7000.

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