HOLMES COUNTY, Ohio (WJW)- The Holmes County Sheriff’s Office has recovered cattle recently reported stolen in Knox and Washington townships, and arrested the man believed to be responsible.

Justin P. Giauque, 37, of Wooster, was arrested Thursday afternoon and charged with receiving stolen property, according to a news release. He may face additional charges once prosecutors review his case. He remains in the county jail.

Chief Deputy Richard Haun Jr. credited the “numerous tips from citizens” and Mt. Hope Auction who saw the department’s Facebook post.

Officials said the stolen cattle were a mixture of Black Angus and Holstein Heifers.

The first incident happened Aug. 2. Officials said two Black Angus cows were taken from a field along state Route 3 in Washington Township.

Another incident took place on August 5. Four Holstein heifers that were ready to birth calves were taken from a barn along state Route 514 in Knox Township.

Authorities told FOX 8 they notified surrounding counties and all the livestock auctions in and around Holmes County.