Two horses found along 269 Road in Fort St. John

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If you’re missing a couple of horses, the Fort St. John RCMP is urging you to contact the detachment.

On Wednesday, two brown Quarter Horses were found walking on the side of the 269 Road, approximately one kilometre south of the Alaska Highway.

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The horses have since been caught and placed on a pasture and a local resident is currently looking after them.

Contact the RCMP at 250-787-8140 for more details.

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