‘Heavily pregnant’ Sedlescombe ewe’s ear ripped off by dog

Crime news.
Crime news.

A ‘heavily pregnant’ ewe in Sedlescombe was attacked by a dog on Monday (March 21).

The sheep had an ear ripped off and its throat severely damaged by the mutt.

In other farming-related crime, a 110 County Land Rover was stolen from the drive in Marlpits Lane, Ninfield, on Monday, March 14.

A yard in North Trade Road, Battle was broken into and a large quantity of garden type rubbish was dumped, the intruders then stole 20 sheets of 8’x4’ plywood sheets on the same day.

Also on the same day, a farm shed in Bodiam was entered and a quantity of meat was stolen overnight.

Contact farm watch liaison officer Daryl Holter for any general enquiries or questions on .

Report all crimes and incidents to Sussex Police either online, via email , by calling 101 when less urgent than 999.

Or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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