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Purebred donkey stolen from Grimsby, Ont. barn returned to owner: Niagara Regional Police

A woman has been arrested after Niagara Regional Police recovered a donkey that was allegedly stolen.
A woman has been arrested after Niagara Regional Police recovered a donkey that was allegedly stolen. Niagara Regional Police

Niagara Regional Police have arrested a woman after a purebred donkey was allegedly stolen more than a year ago from a barn in Grimsby, Ontario.

Detectives say they have found ‘Royal Major League’ in good health and the Mammoth Jackstock donkey has been returned to his owner.

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Police say the donkey was found Monday in Jarvis and believe the animal was being used for breeding after it was allegedly taken from a barn in August 2018.

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Police say Michelle “Mickey” DuMoulin, 55, has been arrested and is charged with theft over $5,000 and possession of property obtained by crime over $5,000.

She will be in court on March 6.

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