Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission biologist Mark Lotz sets up a motion-sensing camera on a tree on the property where a pregnant donkey was killed Saturday by a Florida Panther in East Naples. Lotz set up five of the cameras Saturday in the area where the donkey was found hoping to have captured footage of the panther should it return. When Lotz retrieved the cameras Monday, two of the cameras had been stolen. Lexey Swall/Staff

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Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission biologist Mark Lotz sets up a motion-sensing camera on a tree on the property where a pregnant donkey was killed Saturday by a Florida Panther in East Naples. Lotz set up five of the cameras Saturday in the area where the donkey was found hoping to have captured footage of the panther should it return. When Lotz retrieved the cameras Monday, two of the cameras had been stolen. Lexey Swall/Staff

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