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Huckleberries Has Learned …

... That Randy Cayko, the antler hunter who found the missing Riverstone bronze statue "Kate" along Yellowstone Trail, received a Crimestoppers reward this morning. Cayko was looking for shed antlers on a vacant lot along the road when he spotted the 1920s-era woman on a bicycle. Still missing is one of two 50-pound dogs that was positioned to follow "Kate" on her bicycle ride. You can read about Cayko's discovery here. A Crimestoppers source tells Huckleberries: "Normally the tip is anonymous and the payment is not discussed.  This case was different in that the name of the person who found the sculpture was known to the public and there was discussion of an award.  We decided to reveal that the reward had been paid."




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