Sheep attacked in Norfolk
Chris HillA pregnant ewe was killed and another sheep injured in two separate attacks in the Nar Valley.Police said the animals were attacked at different locations around Pentney, near Narborough, on Monday.Chris Hill
A pregnant ewe was killed and another sheep injured in two separate attacks in the Nar Valley.
Police said the animals were attacked at different locations around Pentney, near Narborough, on Monday.
They believe two dogs seen roaming the area around the time of the attacks were responsible.
The first was described as being a cross breed of white, brown and black in colour.
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The second was described as being a Lurcher-type cross with a black coat.
Police have made enquiries into the ownership of the two dogs and would be interested in hearing from any other residents who may have seen dogs loose in the village recently.
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Anyone with information should call PC Maria Lambert on 0845 456 4567.