That’s where the woman stopped a transit officer to report the attack, KYW reported.
But while some may have been delighted at the find, the younger Sabaj was disheartened. He was worried that the money may have come from a bank robbery and didn’t want anything to be pinned on him.
“That could have been somebody’s life savings, you know?
That wouldn’t be fair if I just kept it,” Sabaj told ABC News.
The Gut Aiderbichl sanctuary paid 700 euros (£617) to take Yvonne off the hands of her former owners – and has taken the lead in finding her.
A spokeswoman said they got a call from a farmer near Muhldorf on Thursday and staff were able to confirm the cow was indeed Yvonne by her ear tag.