Moose antlers go missing in Anchorage! It's All Good with Dave Allgood
Updated: Aug. 31, 2022 at 3:55 PM AKDT
He went to go get his moose skull and antlers from his dad’s house, and they weren’t there! Anchorage native, Jacob Lawrence was surprised to find his bull moose trophy gone from just beyond the front door of his father’s house. Apparently, a thief had made off with the unique set of antlers and Jacob? He said he was shocked and dismayed that somebody would come up on his father’s front porch and make off with a massive set of rotting skull and antlers. If there is an upside, its that Jacob has a sense of humor and he does have the pictures to prove he shot a massive bull!
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