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Mystery of the Unknown Pooper Solved in Galloway

Not the most pleasant start to your day when you encounter a large pile of horse manure in your backyard.

This apparently happened to Rebecca Jack, who posted on the Galloway Township Police Facebook Page that a horse that was found wondering in the township had paid a visit to her backyard the night before last.

Galloway Township Police say they found a horsing wondering alone on  Mannheim Avenue near Pestalozzi Avenue Tuesday night. The horse has since been claimed by his owner.

On Facebook, Jack commented, “He came to my house overnight to visit my mare …. was wondering who pooped in the back yard! I saw poop but my horse was in her field all safe and sound , so was neighbors horse . Didn’t see this guy, but he left a present for visiting.”

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