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Police appeal for witnesses after livestock marked with ‘occult symbols’

Hampshire Police said the events took place over five days, sometime between November 16 and 20, and that it was investigating if the ‘unusual incidents’ were linked.

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Police appeal for witnesses after livestock marked with ‘occult symbols’

Police are appealing for witnesses after two sheep, a heifer and two calves were found marked with suspected occult symbols.

 

Hampshire Police said the sheep were found fatally slashed, while the cattle were found alive but with stab wounds in three separate incidents in Bramshaw and Linwood, New Forest.

 

The force said the events took place over five days, sometime between November 16 and 20, and that it was investigating if the ‘unusual incidents’ were linked.

 

Sergeant Andy Williams, of Hampshire Constabulary’s Country Watch team, urged commoners in the New Forest to be vigilant.

 

He said: “These incidents are unusual in the New Forest. We are looking at the circumstances of each one to see if they are linked, and to see how these animals came to be injured.”

 

Anyone with information has been asked to call 101, quoting the crime reference number 44190416137.

 

“Please contact us if you see anything suspicious, even if you think what you have seen or heard is not that important.”


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