Thieves got away with a 15-foot full body taxidermy alligator and a taxidermy moose in Odessa on Saturday.
Odessa police reported a burglary and theft of property valued at more than $50,000 in Odessa on Saturday. A release detailed that suspects burglarized a location in the 2600 block of Palo Verde drive and stole taxidermy items, a flatbed trailer, a refrigerator, a Jeep’s rims and tires, and assorted tools.
The release listed the following items as stolen:
- 20 taxidermy mule deer heads
- 20 taxidermy whitetail deer heads
- Two full body taxidermy mountain lions
- Two taxidermy elks
- A taxidermy moose
- A 15-foot taxidermy full-body alligator
- Two taxidermy audad sheep
- A taxidermy lamberjack fish
- A black 2008 Big Tex flatbed trailer bearing Texas license plate 414578J
- A white refrigerator
- Six Jeep rims and tires
- Approximately $20,000 worth of assorted tools
Odessa police are seeking the public’s assistance with any information in regard to the investigation.