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FORT LUPTON, Colo. (KDVR) — Police in Weld County are investigating after a young horse was stolen from a farm.

The owner of the horse, Chad Vallad, told FOX31 News that the baby gypsy colt was stolen sometime overnight Tuesday into Wednesday.

“He has very distinct markings and is only days old,” Vallad said in a Facebook post. “He was with his mama and fine last night around 10:30 p.m.”

Vallad filed a report with the Weld County Sheriff’s Department and the Colorado Department of Agriculture brand inspector. The Gypsy colt is said to be worth $12,000.

If you have info, call Deputy Chris Cantin at (970) 400-4182.