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9 January 2017 08:14:51 |Agri Safety,News,Sheep

Lincolnshire police appeal for information as twenty-six sheep killed on farm


Police said the livestock were herded into a water-filled dyke and were killed overnight (Stock photo)

Police said the livestock were herded into a water-filled dyke and were killed overnight (Stock photo)

Police are appealing for information after twenty-six sheep were killed on a farm in Lincolnshire.
The incident happened in Market Rasen next to the A46 between Starks Lane and Osgodby Top Road on Thursday night (5 January).
Police said the livestock were herded into a water-filled dyke and were killed overnight.
Market Rasen PCSO Neal Evans said: "Did you see any suspicious vehicles or any stray dogs in the area or have your dog/s been missing last night and returned in a dirty state?" he said.
"Any information please call 101 and quote incident 168 of January 6."



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