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Essex: Horse suffers fractured skull during attack at Abberton farm

PUBLISHED: 17:47 15 November 2012

Horse suffers fractured skull

Horse suffers fractured skull

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A HORSE suffered a fractured skull after being hit on the head with a blunt weapon, police believe.

The incident happened at Pantile Farm, Peldon Road, Abberton, between Thursday, October 25 and Monday, November 5.

Police said the horse was not put down as a result of the attack.

The attackers also damaged an electric fence at the farm.

If you can help police with information about this incident call 101.

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