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Murder At Magnolia! Inside Chip & Joanna's Brutal Livestock Killing

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Nov. 8 2016, Published 10:05 a.m. ET

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Chip and Joanna Gaines were victims of a heinous crime, RadarOnline.com has learned.

A Magnolia Market employee revealed to Waco, Texas police officers that when she arrived to work on June 18, 2016, she found two of their goats dead.

"Redacted stated that there was blood on the wood shaving used as bedding and a small amount of blood on both goats," the incident report obtained by RadarOnline.com read. "Redacted said both of the goats were positioned in the middle of the pen near a lean-to post with their heads facing the same direction."

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"Redacted said that she initially thought that coyotes had somehow gotten into the goat pen and had killed the goats," the report continued.

The report stated that the employee instructed her coworkers to "remove the goats and clean up the pens" before reporting the incident.

Now, Detective Lauderdale of the Waco City PD revealed to RadarOnline.com exclusively that the goat murderer is still on the loose!

"There are not any updates," he confirmed.

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Magnolia Market is located at the Magnolia Silos, which are currently involved in a lawsuit over a fence Chip, 41, put up to prevent his neighbor from charging customers for parking.

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