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Norb Anderson wants his giant fiberglass cow back

The city of St. Paul recently towed away and impounded a 20-foot fiberglass cow, which police found bolted to a trailer. Now, the man who says he owns said cow would like it back. The problem is Anderson doesn't have a title for the trailer. He tells the Pioneer Press it's just an oversight and he's trying to fix the mix-up. "You think somebody just leaves a cow in front of my house?" he said.
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The city of St. Paul recently towed away and impounded a 20-foot fiberglass cow, which police found bolted to a trailer. Now, the man who says he owns said cow would like it back. The problem is Anderson doesn't have a title for the trailer. He tells the Pioneer Press it's just an oversight and he's trying to fix the mix-up. "You think somebody just leaves a cow in front of my house?" he said.

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