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Rustlers steal sheep worth £13,000

Police are hunting rustlers who stole 100 sheep worth £13,000 from a farm in Falkirk, Scotland. 


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The sheep were stolen from the farm in Denny, Stirlingshire, some time between January 30 and February 14.

 

In total, 96 animals worth £12,900 were stolen - 50 Texel crosses valued at £120 each and 46 mules worth £150 a head.

 

The farmer noticed 96 sheep were missing after his livestock went through a vaccination process.

Police Scotland said anyone with any information should contact them via 101.

 


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